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Sri Lanka fighting over, but much work remains, says Ban

The Sri Lankan Government last month declared that its military operation against Tamil rebels has ended, but there remain a number of outstanding issues that if left unaddressed could lead more violence, stated Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Red Cross forced to suspend aid to civilians in Sri Lankan...

Sri Lankan government blocks access to camps in which thousands could face two years behind razor wire.

The fight for survival goes on in Sri Lanka amid reports...

Civilians say Tamil Tigers fired at those who fled. Witnesses saw victims of phosphorus bombs.

Sri Lankan leader Mahinda Rajapaksa has declared the country “liberated” from...

Mr Rajapaksa made the announcement in a speech to the country\'s parliament, a day after the army said rebel leader Velupillai Prabhakaran had been killed.

EU demands Sri Lanka war inquiry

EU foreign ministers have called for an independent inquiry into alleged war crimes by Tamil Tiger rebels and Sri Lanka's government.

Alert Update: Saudi Arabia – Trial continues for Sri Lankan girl...

Rizana Nafeek, detained facing the death penalty in KSA for allegedly strangling four-month-old infant, appeared before court on 9 June 08.

Sri Lanka: Submission to the UN Universal Periodic Review

IHRC presents concerns about the attacks on members of religious groups and raises concern over the lack of infrastructure to deal with IDPs.

Alert: Sri Lankan Teenager Facing Miscarriage of Justice in Saudi Arabia

This Ramadan, we urge you to campaign for Sri Lankan teenage girl, Rizana Nafeek, currently detained facing the death penalty in KSA, after she was allegedly forced to confess to strangling a four-month-old infant put in her care by the family that employ

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