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Tamil NGO delegates intimidated at UN Human Rights Council
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Tamil NGO delegates were subject to intimidation tactics by members of the Sri Lankan delegation reported the news agency, Agence France-Presse (AFP), on Thursday.

Delegates were targeted with photography and video inside the main plenary room at the UN, and during side line event hosted by Sri Lanka. A formal complaint has been lodged with security officers, AFP reported.

A Tamil delegation, including members of the British Tamil Forum (BTF), Canadian Tamil Congress (CTC), Tamil Youth Organisation UK (TYO UK) and US Tamil Political Action Council (USTPAC) were attending the 19th session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.

 
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Protest against SL Navy in Amparai

A protest was held against the Sri Lankan Navy in Oluvil, Amparai on Thursday, reported Virakesari.

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Justice for slain activists demand Kurds and Tamils in Paris
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Police ask public to be alert to 'terrorist' activities
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Resumption of ‘comprehensive military relationship’ with SL hinges on accountability progress – US

The US will only resume a more comprehensive military relationship with Sri Lanka once the government has made progress towards reconciliation and accountability, [more]

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Delhi court rejects plea on Indian army involvement in 2009

The Supreme Court in Delhi has rejected a plea for an inquiry into claims that Indian forces took part in the final phase of the armed conflict in Sri Lanka, [more]

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5 years today - Starvation and shelling in No Fire Zone, rape and torture in IDP camps
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