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Nine Tigers killed

BATTICALOA: Nine LTTE cadres were killed and several others injured during confrontations with Security Forces in two separate incidents in Batticaloa and Jaffna, Thursday and yesterday. Security Forces repulsed the attacks successfully and recovered arms and ammunition following the incidents.

Military spokesman Brigadier Prasad Samarasinghe said seven LTTE cadres were killed and a large number injured during clashes with Security Forces in Thoppigala, Batticaloa on Thursday evening.

“We have information through the Tiger communication interception that seven LTTE cadres were killed and we recovered five Tiger bodies,” he said. In a subsequent search operation, Security Forces recovered five bodies of Tigers, five T56 assault rifles and a pair of binoculars.

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