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Sri Lanka: How not to counter ‘violent extremism’ ; Radicalisation through ‘deradicalisation’? – Ambika Satkunanathan

Image courtesy of www.orfonline.org. Context matters The impact of law on individuals and communities is shaped by factors such as their ethnicity, religion, privilege, socio-economic status,...

Sri Lanka: Report released by TAG on rehabilitation camps

Add caption   A programme of physical and psychological torture in Sri Lanka’s “rehabilitation” camps for former members of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam,...

New arrest wave hits East: Long retired Tigers also detained

The exercise of sending ex-militants to rehabilitation again was begun by the Defense Ministry in Batticaloa at the beginning of this month (February 13th...
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President Rajapaksa ignores recommendations by medical professionals to control the raging pandemic in Sri Lanka

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Open appeal to Sri Lanka Government : Act Now to Save Our Lives!

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Myanmar: If independent media dies, democracy dies – Phil Thornton

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Year-long detention of lawyer, poet sparks concern in Sri Lanka – Meera Srinivasan

Original photo courtesy of The Hindu. Spotlight on minority rights, and ‘draconian’ anti-terrorism law modelled on South Africa’s Apartheid-era legislation. Daily-wage agricultural labourer Abdul Ghafoor Muhammadhu...