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Bloody Sri Lanka
southern asia | imperialism / war | non-anarchist press Sonntag Mai 17, 2009 01:19 by Financial Times
At last, the United Nations Security Council has spoken. It has seen what has been miserably apparent all year: that there is a bloodbath under way in the ever-diminishing territory held by rebel Tamils in north-eastern Sri Lanka.
True, the end-game in this long and vicious civil war has been clouded by the swirl of unverifiable reports and propaganda from both sides. Yet, as leaked UN satellite pictures as well as eyewitness accounts from the front attest, it is perfectly clear that innocent civilians, including women and a lot of children, are being killed in their hundreds, mostly by air strikes and shelling by the government.
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US Commits Atrocity in Pakistan, NYT Deflects 04:11 Sa 20 Jan 2 comments
Pakistani military officials claim to have had no help from the US in attacking a small tribal village in Pakistan, but the evidence shows that the US actually committed the atrocity.
The Struggle for Tamil Eelam Mai 07 0 comments
A denunciation of the atrocities perpetrated against the Tamil people in Sri Lanka, of the distortions fed by its government to the international media and of the need to step up solidarity with the Tamil people in their struggle for self-determination.
The need of the hour is to initiate the process of conflict resolution for just and sustainable peace. All the conflicting parties should realise that unending conflict, cross firing and belligerency will ultimately peril their interest only. The civil society movement in the subcontinent in should take care so that all the disputing parties in Kashmir come to reasoning and submit before the process of conflict resolution.
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