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Govt. - LTTE Ceasefire Agreement

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Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe inaugurated the Youth Flag Day organised by the Federation of Sri Lanka Youth Clubs yesterday by purchasing the first flag from Federation Chairman H. K. Chandrasekara at a brief ceremony held at Temple Trees, Colombo. Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Johnston Fernando, Federation Secretary Sanjeewa Upuljith and Treasurer Sujeewa Sampath were also present. Picture by Saman Sri Wedage

Govt-LTTE move closer to talks agenda

by Ranga Jayasuriya

Norwegian facilitators preparing the agenda for formal talks between the government and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam have sent both sides a questionnaire for the agenda, diplomatic sources told the Daily News.
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FMM commends Govt for repeal of defamation law

The Free Media Movement has congratulated the government and the Parliament which unanimously passed an act of Parliament on June 18, 2002 repealing criminal defamation laws from the statute books.
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Lanka to participate in multinational military exercise

Bangladesh and the United States will co-host military exercises in September that will include the participation of 22 countries including Sri Lanka, a defence spokesman said Wednesday.
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