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LTTE atrocities in Paris

The photo exhibition showing terrorist atrocities and antidemocratic activities of the LTTE to the European public will be held in Paris on November 4 and 5.

The exhibition titled Sri Lanka: Democracy and Challenges will be held at Salon des Delegues, UNESCO, 1 Rue Miollis 75015 Paris. It is organised by the Photography Unit of the Media Division, Presidential Secretariat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Sri Lanka Embassy in Paris.

More than 230 photos and video films depicting atrocities carried out by the LTTE including political killings as well as killing of civilians, damage to properties, suicide attacks, and recruitment of child soldiers willbe on display.

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