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46 min ago | Ndp.ca
New Democrats have proposed a parliamentary motion calling for an immediate independent and international investigation of war crimes and crimes against humanity allegedly committed during the Sri Lankan civil war.
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4 hrs ago | ABC News
Sri Lankan anti-terrorist police have arrested two prominent human rights activists in the government's latest crackdown on rights defenders, colleagues and a media advocacy group said Monday.
5 hrs ago | Merced Sun-Star
There was a time, not so long ago, when Sri Lanka was known for the quality of its democracy.
N. Prabahar, an Anglican Priest who resides close to Trincomalee harbour, after an alleged mass grave site has been concealed by the SL military at Makeasvara playgrounds in the stadium premises.
Mar 16, Colombo: A private company that is to operate an online lottery will pay Rs.
Mar 16, Colombo: A senior economist in Sri Lanka has said the country has not yet reached the position of a high performing economy following the end of the war.
Mar 16, Colombo: Over 6,000 Sri Lankan ad Indian devotees including clergy from Sri Lanka and India attended the annual feast of the St Anthony's Church in Katchatheevu Island this morning, the Sri Lankan Navy said.
Kineton High School once again gave pupils the chance to explore lands afar on school trips to New York, USA, and to Galle in Sri Lanka.
Mar 15, Colombo: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa is confident that all Muslim countries which are well aware of the truth, will stand on behalf of Sri Lanka with one voice in the international arena.
Doctors in Sri Lanka say an "unknown plague" involving chronic kidney disease of unknown cause is putting families at risk and young people are migrating.
Officials from five Sri Lankan cities became the latest public administrators to study Pattaya in hopes of improving their management skills at home.
Mar 15, London: Sri Lanka's External Affairs Minister Professor G. L. Peiris said it is a great pity that all of the progress Sri Lanka accomplished during the last four years after the three-decade long conflict ended, is totally ignored.
Mar 14, Colombo: The UNICEF and International Labour Organization jointly expressed concern today about recent " factually incorrect" media reports on child sexual exploitation in Sri Lanka.
An ethnic Tamil woman who has become a prominent face in the effort to find out what happened to the tens of thousands who disappeared in the final stages of Sri Lanka's 26-year war has been arrested, the main Tamil party TNA said on Friday.
Mar 14, Colombo: Sri Lankan authorities deployed several police and army teams to apprehend an absconding suspect who shot a police sub inspector of the Terrorist Investigation Unit yesterday in Kilinochchi and fled.
Mar 14, Colombo: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa will declare open the extension of the Southern Expressway from Pinnaduwa in Galle to Godagama in Matara tomorrow, the Ministry of Highways, Ports and Shipping announced.