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The US Embassy in Colombo says there is no meeting between the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has scheduled.

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Ever since the USA spread the word about the UN resolution against Sri Lanka, India would have been in uncertainty the most.

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Engage Sri Lanka’s media monitoring project, Sri Lanka Media Watch, has called upon Britain’s Channel 4 News programme to choose between legitimate journalism and advocacy propaganda in its focus on Sri Lanka.

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Massive crowds across Sri Lanka joined today (27th February) to protest against the UN resolution. The protest coincides with the 19th United Nations Human Rights Council meetings began today in Geneva.

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Sri Lankans abroad protest against UN resolution

Sri Lankans living abroad are gathering in scores to protest against the proposed UN resolution against Sri Lanka.

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Today (27th February) is “The Day” that all the elements who have been conspiring against Sri Lanka, come to stage with their true faces; at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).

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French Police arrested 18 suspected organizers of a network of Sri Lanka to illegal immigration on Monday in France, French media reports.

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Sri Lanka is planning to increase the passenger handling capacity at Airports to 12 Million by 2015 from the current capacity of 6 million.

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Gordon Weiss was a spokesman for the United Nations organisation in Sri Lanka for two years at the end of that country’s civil war. His 2011 book, ‘The Cage: The Fight for Sri Lanka and the Last Days of the Tamil Tigers’, is said to be a close study of the last months and weeks of the conflict in the Vanni.

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Sri Lanka will conduct its first full survey since 1981 and its first post-war census on this March. Sri Lanka has not had any full survey conducted during the past 3 decades.

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