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A way out for Sri Lanka’s child soldiers
In the aftermath of war, a lost generation of Sri Lanka’s youth is seeking rehabilitation, writes TOM FARRELL in Ambepussa, Sri Lanka
New Zealand parliamentarian Honourable Locke is anything but honourable
Vinodhini Karalasingam for Sri Lanka Watch

On Monday June 16, 2009 the Honourable Keith Locke, Member of Parliament representing the Green Party rose from his bench and made a speech that was everything a South Island Kea (Nestor notabilis) would have uttered had it flown to Wanni or had conversations with the pro-LTTE Diaspora in New Zealand.


Aussie cowboy journalist claims carnage in Sri Lanka

“A civil war of merciless atrocity, in which tens of thousands of Tamils have been killed recently by the Sri Lankan army, came to an end last month when army troops finally occupied the territory controlled by the Tamil Tigers in north-east Sri Lanka,” writes Peter Westmore for the Australian magazine News Weekly and was published today June 25, 2009.

My Home, the Divine Pendant
By Victor Karunairajan

Skirted by ocean, cogent and clear
Serenely stands my Sri Lanka dear,
In verdant hue and sunny shimmer
Hills, valleys, fields in elegant flair.
European Commission places conditions for Sri Lanka to avail of grant

Eighteen million Sri Lankans will do a better job of helping their Tamil brothers and sisters and the European Commission must understand that Sri Lanka will neither creep nor crawl for favours.

Sri Lanka is being screwed up by some international press agencies
Note from the Editors: Enough is enough, they must get down to realities and cease from indulging in malign and mischief. Sri Lankan diplomatic missions must be alert and active against such evil propaganda.
Tamil issue a big problem for Sri Lanka
A United Press International Feature
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka, June 23 (UPI) -- The Sri Lankan military's victory ending the 26-year Tamil Tiger rebellion is only weeks old, but already the euphoria is giving way to rising international concerns about what awaits the country's Tamil-speaking minority in the future.
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