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War Without Witness in Sri Lanka
UN rights body presses Sri Lanka war crime probes PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 March 2012 11:10
The U.N.'s top human rights body has passed a resolution calling on Sri Lanka to properly investigate alleged war crimes during its 26-year conflict with the Tamil Tigers.The U.N. Human Rights Council approved the resolution with 24 countries in favor and 15 against. Eight countries abstained from Thursday's vote.
The Death Of Colonel Ramesh - By Gordon Weiss PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 March 2012 11:04
New evidence of the murder of one man is key to revealing a conspiracy behind mass murder. This evidence, shown and told in The Global Mail’s story, is graphic and confronting. The issue is now being debated by the United Nations.This single murder, insignificant of itself, suggests the systematic, large-scale killing of prisoners — civilians and fighters — by the Sri Lankan authorities.

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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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