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The French police have arrested six allegedly LTTE connected Sri Lankan Tamils including a woman for allegedly killing a French policeman with his own service pistol. The President of France,Nicolas Sarkozy told a French language television program that “this is a serious incident” and they are taking “stern action against it.”

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Indian External Minister Pranab Mukherjee addressing the Lok Sabha in New Delhi attacked the liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam as an outfit which has done the most amount of damage to the tamil community in Sri Lanka .

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Despite of enjoying all the privileges as MPs from the government of Sri Lanka, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Parliamentarians are doing an unacceptable work by behaving in support of LTTE terrorists, said Minister Keheliya Rambukwella yesterday (18th Feb) during the press conference held at the Media Centre for National Security, Colombo.

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Concerns are been raised to take legal actions against some of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA) Parliamentarians who have become the mouthpieces of the LTTE terrorists, Defence Affairs Spokesman Minister Keheliya Rambukwella told during a press conference at the Media Centre for National Security, today (18th Feb).

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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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As a further step to what Sri Lanka calls intrusion to Sri Lanka’s internal affairs Britains Liberal Democratic shadow Foreign Secretary Edward Davey has proposed that Britain should try to impose a ceasefire on Sri Lanka through the UN Security Council.

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Continuing their attacks on civilians who are defying their orders not to leave the war torn areas the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam terrorists hurled a hand grenade at a bus carrying the escaping refugees killing a Tamil woman and wounding 13 others, the defence sources said.

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Britain was last tonight embroiled in a diplomatic row with Sri Lanka after Downing Street mistakenly thought it had been granted approval to appoint a special envoy to focus on the country’s deteriorating humanitarian situation.

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“I’ve asked Des Browne, our former defence secretary, to be an envoy for Sri Lanka ,” British Prime Minister Gordon Brown told a parliamentary committee yesrterday. But who asked Gordon Browne to send his near-namesake, Browne, to Sri Lanka ? Quite appropriately, Rohitha Bogollagama, Foreign Minister, has asked both Brown/es to go jump in the Thames.

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