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The United Nations have condemned the diversion of therapeutic high energy food meant for malnourished children to the to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Tigers (LTTE) terrorists currently fighting the Sri Lankan security forces in the North.

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Lord Naseby, Conservative Peer and Chair of All Party Parliamentary Group on Sri Lanka said if there is any genocide in Sri Lanka it is by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) who hold civilian Tamils by force as a human shield in the war.

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Ronald Burke, BBC’s former Colombo correspondent making an independent appearance in a radio debate between the Sri Lankan and pro-Tamil Tiger parties in London and answering a question whether there is any truth in the charge by pro-LTTE section about a “genocide” in Sri Lanka said it is exceedingly an “expression going too far.”

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Immediately after hundreds of strong anti-Vaz demonstration of Sri Lankans in front of the political office of Member of Parliament Keith Vaz was held, Venerable Handupelpola Mahinda Thero told him in his office despite the impression that Sri Lankans got that Britishers are for fair play and justice a handful of British politicians merely betray the truth for the sake of few votes.

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LTTE terrorists are on their last legs. But the so called “Human Rights Protectors” and some foreign-funded NGOs seem to have so many legs to stand on. The latest is the allegations of Human Rights violation by the SL government! According to their “reports”, civilians trapped in the safe zone are been killed by the SL troops.

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An attempt by a suspected pro- LTTE man to commit suicide as a protest ended up unsuccessfully for the second time in London when he had to be admitted to a hospital with “superficial” burns with his condition described as “not critical” on Friday.

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Referring to the recent protests in Tamil Nadu the Economist magazine said that nothing is going to save the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) from defeat and New Delhi has quietly backed Sri Lanka’s President Mahinda Rajapaksa in his two year effort to wipe out Tigers.

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Expressing its assertion against the Western opinion that the Sri Lankan war should be suspended, for the sake of trapped civilians, in a leading article, the Wall Street Journal said, among the few options Colombo is having the worst would be to stop the war now.

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Sivasubramaniam Logeswaran, who was charged with arson with intent to endanger life and affray after he set himself on fire outside No 10 Downing Street London, the Prime Minister’s official residence was remanded till April 16, 2009 by the City of Westminister magistrate.

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Des Browne, the former Scottish Secretary, found himself at the centre of an embarrassing diplomatic spat last night after the Sri Lankan Government flatly rejected his appointment as Gordon Brown’s Special Envoy to its country, claiming the move smacked of imperialism from its old colonial master.

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