Sunday Dec 1
Sri Lanka: Violent Buddhist monk defies civil administration, steps up Sinhalicisation in Batticaloa
Ampitiye Sumanarathana Thera, who behaved violently at Ma'nmunai South-West Divisional Secretariat, threatening the Tamil Divisional Secretary Ms Vilvaratnam continues the Sinhalicisation project at Batticaloa - Ampaa'rai border village, Kevu'liyaamadu, with the backing of the occupying Sri Lankan military.
Sri Lanka: Tamils in East observe Heroes Day amidst heavy SL military presence
In Ampaa'rai, Sinhala soldiers were deployed in Tamil areas in bicycle patrol. However, temple bells were tolled exactly 6:05 p.m. People lit candle lights in Ampaa'rai as the SL military switched off electricity in the Tamil areas of the district, news sources in Ampaa'rai said.
Sri Lanka: Uprooted Tamils in Trincomalee demand justice for genocide
On Friday, a day before the protest, the occupying Sri Lankan military intelligence operatives, went on a house-to-house and camp-to-camp round instructing the Tamils not to take part in any protest during the 'Sri Lanka CHOGM'.
Sri Lanka's protracted IDPs - what next?
COLOMBO/BATTICALOA, 1 November 2013 - Years after fighting ended in Sri Lanka - up to more than 20 years for some - tens of thousands of people are still unable to return to their homes, a situation researchers say is unlikely to change soon.
Sri Lankan refugee spared deportation as judge rules she no longer fits definition of a terrorist
The unsteady sand of who is considered a terrorist in Canada has once again shifted in favour of a Tamil woman living in Toronto, whose politician husband was assassinated in Sri Lanka while attending Christmas Eve mass in 2005.