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An aerial view of the flooded town of Matara yesterday. Flash floods and mudslides in Sri Lanka have killed 256 people while another 500 were reported missing. AFP 

PM briefs donor countries, agencies : Donors assure swift aid for flood relief

by Manjula Fernando and Nadira Gunatilake

The international community and major donor agencies pledged their support to the government yesterday to rehabilitate flood-hit cities in the Southern, Sabaragamuwa and Western provinces.
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Australia grants A$100,000 for flood relief

SYDNEY, Wednesday (AFP) Australia pledged 100,000 Australian dollars (65,000 US) cash Wednesday to help Sri Lanka cope with its worst floods in five decades and said it would commit more once the extent of the damage became clear.
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LTTE views forwarded to PM

The LTTE, with a view of reviving and forging ahead the peace process that has been temporarily stalled, has suggested to the Government to formulate an interim administration instead of the Sub-committee for Immediate Humanitarian and Rehabilitation Needs(SIHRN).
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Cabinet in national appeal for reconstructing flood affected areas

by Ravi Ladduwahetty

The Cabinet of Ministers at its meeting yesterday made a national appeal to all citizens to assist in the reconstruction work consequent upon the recent floods, political sources told the Daily News last night.
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