Apathy in the aftermath

Apathy in the aftermath

🕔07:29, 24.Jan 2013

A return to the status quo seems inevitable in the impeachment aftermath. A new administration at Hulftsdorp, a dormant Opposition, and a disengaged people look towards the challenges facing Sri Lanka in 2013, the bulk of them perceived to be

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And then they came for the judges

And then they came for the judges

🕔09:06, 18.Jan 2013

His foes accuse Mahinda Rajapaksa of many sins during his seven years as Sri Lanka’s president. They blame him for the savagery that cost so many civilian lives as his army defeated the rebel Tamil Tigers in 2009. They bridle

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The end game

The end game

🕔08:11, 17.Jan 2013

“The world will know that free men stood against a tyrant, that few stood against many, and before this battle was over, even a god-king can bleed” – Leonidas, 300 (the movie) On Friday, 11 January, moments after Speaker of

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Child Soldiers In Sri Lanka Not A “Closed” Issue

Child Soldiers In Sri Lanka Not A “Closed” Issue

🕔08:27, 16.Jan 2013

The Security Council Working Group on Children and Armed Conflict recently adopted the ‘Draft Conclusions on the situation of children and armed conflict in Sri Lanka’ thereby removing Sri Lanka from the list of parties, which is found to recruit

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Baby boy for mom locked up as Australian security risk

Baby boy for mom locked up as Australian security risk

🕔08:00, 16.Jan 2013

A woman who Australia deems to be a national security risk has given birth to a child who is likely to spend the early months, if not years, of his life in detention. Baby Paari was born on Tuesday to

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