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War Without Witness in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka war crimes: War survivors relive horror of Sri Lanka's killing fields PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 August 2011 09:28

 | Vanni (Sri Lanka), August 9, 2011 
The closing stages of the Sri Lankan civil war were a story of extreme brutality against civilians by the army. Despite being widely documented, Colombo remains in denial about atrocities on Tamils in the country's north and the east.The survivors of the war still live in fear, in one of the most densely militarised zones of the world, devoid of any hope of ever getting justice. Headlines Today correspondent Priyamvatha travelled (undercover) to Vanni, the former stronghold of the Tamil Tiger rebels in north Sri Lanka, to unravel the facts behind the claims and counterclaims in the land that was witness to one of the worst war crimes committed on civilians anywhere in the world.

Sri Lanka 'war crimes' soldiers ordered to 'finish the job -Channel 4 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 July 2011 21:32

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UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband

"..Sri Lankan Government are engaged in a
war without witness
in the north of the country..."
- Press Release , Hanzard
30th April 2009

UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband

Jim McDonald - Amnesty International USA

"..Until more steps are taken to
protect human rights in
Sri Lanka’s
war without witnesses,
civilians will continue to
pay the ultimate price..."
- Citizen Times
30th April 2009

Jim McDonald - Sri Lanka
country specialist
for Amnesty International

Barbed-wire Detention Camps

Sri Lankan Government detain
fleeing Tamils behind
barbed wire detention
camps and in some
Sri Lankan Military Intelligence
Screening Camps

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