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The controversial “Darusman report” released with war crime allegations over Sri Lanka had drawn the attention of many Sri Lankans worldwide and revealed the absurd intention of bogus Human rights elements to supply oxygen to slain LTTE terrorists.

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This additional funding will enable local and international demining agencies to continue accelerated mine surveys, clearance and mine risk education in the Northern and Eastern Provinces.

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“2011 looks as if it will be a bright year for Sri Lankan tourism, with officials laying on different events every month to drum up interest as part of the “Visit Sri Lanka Year.”", the London-based “The Independent” reports.

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World Tamil Movement a banned terrorist organization in Canada as a front organization for Tamil Tigers successfully infiltrating Conservative Party Nehru Gunaratnam is the chief organizer for Tamil Tigers (LTTE) in Canada for many decades.

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Sri Lankans living in Italy are to stage a protest today (16th December) outside the British High Commission in Piazza Rozza – Porta Pia against the British government for their undiplomatic, LTTE-friendly foreign policies.

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The protest organized by the pro-LTTE elements against the Sri Lankan President HE Mahinda Rajapaksa at the Heathrow Airport was totally flopped as the protesters gathered at the wrong arrival gate.

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“No nation on earth can wish Sri Lanka’s Tamil community more good fortune than Sri Lanka itself” said HE President Mahinda Rajapaksa at the UN Headquarters in New York.

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Sri Lanka tops the New York Times listing on the 31 places to go in year 2010. The New York Times’ Travel section has published the chosen 31 countries and places in the world a traveler should visit.

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A French court convicted 21 members of the terrorist organization, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eeelam (LTTE) for extorting millions of Euros from the Tamil civilians living in France to bankroll an armed insurrection in Sri Lanka.

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and leader of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) said in Chennai the LTTE’s decision to boycott the 2005 Presidential election was a “hasty” decision which did not pay attention to “strategy” which ultimately led to its military defeat.

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