Amnesty wants U.N. probe into Sri Lanka war crimes

[ The Hindu ] - [ Aug 10, 2012 21:53:55 GMT ]

An impartial investigation led by the United Nations is the only way to render justice to those affected by war crimes in Sri Lanka, Amnesty International Chief Executive in India G. Ananthapadmanabhan has said. The island nation will soon be in the international eye thanks to the impending Commonwealth Heads of Governments meeting and the U.N. Universal Periodical Review of Human Rights practices in countries, he pointed out. There was no doubt there were gross human rights crimes in Sri Lanka, but they were not one-sided. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam was also responsible for violations such as recruitment of children into the force, he said. [ full story ]



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written by Richy2 (United Kingdom)
'STATE TERRORISM OF SRI LANKA:- STATE TERRORISM OF SRI LANKA MUST BE PROBED AND BRING THOSE WHO PERPETRATED 'CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY'- GENOCIDE TO WAR CRIMES. THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY & WORLD-AT- LARGE SHOULD HAVE THE RIGHT TO FIND 'JUSTICE' FOR THOSE COMMITTED 'CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY' AT A GRAND SCALE IN THE VERY EYES OF THE WORLD VIA SATELLITE, CHANNEL-VIDEOS, CELLPHONE CAMERAS & HUNDREDS PERHAPS THOUSANDS OF EYE-WITNESSES.
- Aug 11, 2012 0:26:12 GMT

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