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Channel 4 News must choose between journalism and advocacy propaganda regarding Sri Lanka

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.

Recently, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has reportedly said that he has been “waiting and waiting” for a “positive reply” from the Sri Lankan government, with regard to the recommendations made by “his advisory panel” on Human Rights issues.

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A huge rally organized by the Sri Lankans living in Europewas held on 13th September in front of the United Nations Head Quarters. The protest was against the controversial Darusman Report which accuses Sri Lankan Security Forces over War Crimes.

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Sri Lanka expressed its displeasure over UN human Rights Chief Navi Pillayi’s double standards while handling matters of Sri Lanka.

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A massive rally organized by the Sri Lankans living in Europe was held in front of the United Nations (UN) head Office in Geneva, on 2nd June 2011, to protest against the UN Secretary Generals’ advisory panel and the Darusman report.

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US and UK being the most suitable safe grounds for terrorism is a well-known secret in the world and nobody can deny it as both countries have bitter and darker histories as far as the Humanitarianism is concerned.

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Osama Bin Laden, said to be the founder of Al Qaeda terrorist organization, was killed in a firefight with US forces in Pakistan on Sunday (1st May) US officials confirmed. US president Barack Obama also announced the news.

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United Nations (UN) is a prestigious international organization in which Peacekeeping has become a main objective. As the word suggests, in simple terms “Peacekeeping” is to eliminate harm and make the world a better place to live. However, it’s questionable how far the current Secretary-General of UN is capable of achieving UN standards.

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Ban Ki Moon, America, UK, Western Media, HRW, Amnesty International and all their interested parties are so concerned on the last laps of Wanni Humanitarian mission. But those were not the only months Sri Lanka fought against LTTE terrorism.

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The Washington Post newspaper reported that Sri Lanka’s decisive 2008-09 military offensive against the country’s separatist Tamil Tigers may have resulted in the deaths of as many as 40,000 civilians, most of them victims of indiscriminate shelling by Sri Lankan forces, according to a U.N. panel established by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon.

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