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Search result(s) 13 items matching Sri Lanka's civil conflict
 
SL officials pleased with build-up polls in North Colombo
Aug 23, 2013 The election is seen as crucial by international observers who regard it as a major step towards reconciliation with the nation's Tamil minority.
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Most vital civil right in SL is to live sans war threat: Abbott
Nov 14, 2013 According to the Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott, the most important civil right in Sri Lanka is to live without threat of war.
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Sri Lanka hands over land records to war displaced
Oct 16, 2012 Sri Lanka took an initial step today towards rehabilitation of millions of people left homeless by decades of war by providing documents for home and hearth.
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Sri Lanka allocates more funds for ex-rebels’ rehabilitation
Jan 17, 2013 The Government of Sri Lanka has increased the allocations for rehabilitating the former LTTE cadres from LKR 300 million to LKR 500 million, said Chandrasiri Gajadeera, Minister of Rehabilitation and Prison Reforms.
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China is a key development partner: Sri Lankan President
May 30, 2013 China is a key development partner in the post-conflict period, asserted the Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse.
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Australia deports 42 Sri Lankan refugees
May 02, 2013 The refuge seekers, mostly belonging to the Tamil minority, have claimed that the reason for their exodus is the large scale rights abuses taking place in the island nation.
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Returnees in Sri Lanka’s north do not have IDs
Jul 17, 2013 Without national identity cards (NICs), many residents struggle to access public services such as health and education.
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25 years on, Sri Lanka’s Muslim IDPs still homeless
Jan 28, 2013 Despite a time lapse of almost 25 years, thousands of Muslims displaced during the civil war of Sri Lanka, are still grappling for means to return to their homes.
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No intimidation of UN workers, says Sri Lanka
Nov 15, 2012 Sri Lanka strongly denied allegations that it intimidated the United Nations staff during the final stages of the conflict between the security forces and the Tamil Tiger terrorists.
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Amnesty’s anti Sri Lankan campaign draws flak
Dec 11, 2012 Sri Lankan Students in the University of Louisville organized a campaign in response to what they called ‘a malicious propaganda campaign’ carried out by Amnesty International -USA (AI- USA) against Sri Lanka.
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From crisis to comfort: Inspiring Sri Lanka’s war-torn north
May 29, 2014 Having survived the civil war that raged her country, a Sri Lankan woman inspires other victims of the war by rebuilding her house in 65 days.
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Sri Lanka to reduce troop presence in northern province
Jul 29, 2013 The Army had said earlier that the lands taken by the military for camps would be handed back to their original owners.
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Tsunami-hit Sri Lankans to get access to housing loans
Sep 03, 2012 Sri Lankans living in post-conflict and tsunami-hit areas will soon have better access to much needed housing loans, after the Asian Development Bank (ADB) approved a $15 million loan to DFCC Vardhana Bank (DVB) to relend exclusively for home purchase and rehabilitation.
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