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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights hails President's initiatives

The High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour speaking at the opening of the third session of the Human Rights Council, welcomed the initiative taken by President Mahinda Rajapaksa in establishing the Independent International Group of Eminent Persons and the appointment of the Commission of Inquiry to probe killings and disappearances.

 

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Cambodia vows to end arms flow to LTTE

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has promised to cut off the flow of weapons from his country to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, his spokesman said yesterday. "He asked Sri Lanka to trust Cambodia that no more weapons would enter Sri Lanka," Khieu Kanharith quoted Hun Sen as telling visiting Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickremanayake.

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Three Tigers inside food lorry

Three LTTE cadres were found inside one of the lorries of the convoy returning from Vakarai after delivering essential food items to civilians in the uncleared area on Wednesday night.

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Three policemen, two soldiers killed at level crossing

Three policemen and two soldiers were killed at the Hunupitiya Wedikanda railway crossing in Wattala yesterday around 6.10 a.m. when their double cab was run over by a train.

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'Lanka could aim high with re-developed Colombo Airport'

The re-developed Colombo airport is one of the best in the region and is far superior to Indian airports, Country Manager, Qatar airways, Sri Lanka and the Maldives, R. Bharathan said. He said that he was first in Sri Lanka in 2002 and the Colombo airport was in a very sad state. "When you see the airport today it has gone through a major positive turnaround," he said.

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