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This Is Not The Rajapaksa Regime Anymore, This Is The Gotabaya Regime

  July 9, 2014 | Colombo Telegraph,Opinion |   By Nimalka Fernando –   Dr. Nimalka Fernando The MOD & The NGO Surveillance Secretariat, Keep Your Letter In Your Archives As A Document To Remind You Of Your Collective Shame! The Rajapakse regime has… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka: Where Disappearances Served As A National Security Imperative To Nation-Building?

June 16, 2014 | Filed under: Colombo Telegraph,Opinion | By Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena – Kishali Pinto-Jayawardena Reading through this study by an Australian doctoral researcher Jane Thomson-Senanayake published by the Asian Human Rights Commission, May 2014, I am forcibly reminded of the lessons that history should… Continue Reading →

3 Activists Held in Sri Lanka, Raising Fears of Crackdown #WTFnews

By GARDINER HARRIS and DHARISHA BASTIANSMARCH 17, 2014 NEW DELHI — Fears of a broad crackdown against rights activists in Sri Lanka have been heightened after the Sri Lankan police recently arrested two prominent human rights advocates and a woman who has made… Continue Reading →

Rape Of Tamil Women, Men And Children By Sri Lankan Armed Forces And Their Collaboratorsm #Vaw

By Brian Senewiratne – Dr. Brian Senewiratne Executive summary   The rape of Tamil civilians (women, girls and even men)  in the Sri Lankan North and East by the Sri Lankan (Sinhalese) Armed Forces (at all levels), Police, specialised Police… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka’s war crimes and the US “human rights” charade

By K. Ratnayake 20 February 2014 The Obama administration has declared that it will present a third consecutive resolution on Sri Lanka to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) meeting in March, calling for a probe into human rights violations…. Continue Reading →

Mass grave fuels fear of thousands buried in Sri Lanka war zone

BY SHIHAR ANEEZ MANNAR, Sri Lanka Fri Jan 17, 2014 8:07am EST   1 OF 11. Marked human skulls are seen at a construction site in the former war zone in Mannar, about 327 km (203 miles) from the capital Colombo, January… Continue Reading →

CHOGM Is Not Where People’s Issues Can Be Solved

  By Siritunga Jayasuriya – Siritunga Jayasuriya The Commonwealth Heads of Governments Meeting (CHOGM) taking place in Colombo from 10 to 17 November will in no way benefit the working people in Sri Lanka or workers and poor in the other… Continue Reading →

Srilanka – ‘Tamils still being raped and tortured’ #Vaw #Genocide

By Frances HarrisonPresenter, Our World <iframe width=”640″ height=”360″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/nldVJ6PKUrw?feature=player_embedded” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> Frances Harrison‘s report on Sri Lanka As Commonwealth leaders prepare to meet at a summit in the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, allegations of rape and torture by the Sri… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE – Statement on denial of visa to British Director Callum Macrae

PRESS RELEASE                                                                   8 November 2013     We, the undersigned, strongly condemn the Indian government for refusing a visa to award winning British filmaker Callum Macrae, thereby preventing him from attending the premiere of his documentary ‘No Fire Zone’ in… Continue Reading →

Sri Lanka army slammed for killing protesters

  Roman Catholic Church accuses military of shooting unarmed villagers protesting against water contamination. Last Modified: 07 Aug 2013 16:55    Christian priests and nuns joined a candle-light vigil in the capital to protest against the military action [AFP] The Roman… Continue Reading →

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