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FIDEL CASTRO (1926-2016) – He gave Cubans a sense of dignity and belonging!

FORMER CUBAN PRESIDENT was the Longest Serving and a Most Iconic Leader of the 20th Century. He Died at Age 90. He was 32 years old when he came to power, toppling a ruthless Dictator -Fulgencio Batista. Castro landed in Cuba with a mere 80 rebels to launch the revolution and succeeded with public support.

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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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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Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang is scheduled to visit Sri Lanka today evening hours. The visit will be made upon an invitation extended by the Sri Lanka President and the Vietnamese President will be accompanied by some high level delegation.

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With the objective of reducing the trend of illegal migration to Italy, government of Sri Lanka is planning to sign an agreement on bilateral cooperation on Labour Migration with the government of Italian Republic.

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Sri Lankan rupee is unchanged compared to the Dollar. Since the war got over, Sri Lanka sees a rapid growth in the economy and even infrastructure wise.

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Dutch courts seem to be continued to strengthen their laws against terrorism and terrorists’ supporters. Recently a few Dutch nationals have got arrested who were involved in raising funds for the slain LTTE terrorist organization and they are likely to get no way out.

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Australian government and its opposition jointly had voted against the motion by Australian “Greens” to boycott Sri Lanka at the Commonwealth games.

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President Mahinda Rajapaksa has made it a point to hold talks with head of states while he is at New York to attend the 66th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

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President Mahinda Rajapaksa has appointed Sarath Kongahage, Attorney-at-Law, as Sri Lanka’s Ambassador for Republic of Germany and Mr. Kongahage presented his credentials to Christian Wulff the President of Germany on 2nd September.

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