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* Sri Lanka Army to return more LTTE-possessed gold jewellery to rightful owners in North

Nov 26 (CP) Colombo- Sri Lanka Army has taken measures to return another stock of gold jewellery the defunct terrorist group LTTE possessed to the rightful owners in the North.
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* MDMK leader celebrates Sri Lanka's slain terrorist leader's 60th birth anniversary

Nov 26 (CP) Chennai- The pro-LTTE Tamil Nadu political leader, the general secretary of MDMK, V. Goplasamy aka Vaiko has asked the people to celebrate the 60th birth anniversary of Sri Lanka's slain Tamil Tiger terrorist leader Velupillai Prabhakaran.
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* Sri Lanka court denies bail to minister's son and six others over night club brawl

Nov 25 (CP) Colombo- A Sri Lankan court today ordered to further remand the son of the controversial government Minister Mervyn Silva until November 28. The Colombo Magistrate's Court today further remanded Malaka Silva who was in custody on charges of assaulting a foreign couple at a nightclub on Duplication Road in Colombo.
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* Attacks on UNP activists: Opposition lambastes police inaction

Nov 26 (Island) The UNP yesterday expressed its displeasure at the delay on the part of the police to arrest anyone in connection with the shooting incident in Maggona on Friday though it had been recorded in a CCTV camera and photographed by a foreigner.
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* Professionals complete military training

Nov 26 (DN) Professional officers who joined the Sri Lanka Army Volunteer Force (SLAVF) under the second phase of the Api Army (We are Army) program, passed out after successfully completing the basic military training at the Volunteer Force Training School, Diyatalawa on November 21.
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* No LTTE 'Mahavir Day' celebrations allowed in Sri Lanka - Military Spokesman

Nov 26 (CP) Colombo- Sri Lanka will not allow anyone to celebrate the birth anniversary of the slain leader of the Tamil Tiger terrorist group, Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) or the 'Mahavir Day' (Heroes' Day) that falls on his birthday, Army Media Spokesperson Brigadier Ruwan Wanigasooriya said today.
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* Sri Lanka's extremist Buddhist group promotes racial and religious violence against minorities - UN report

Nov 26 (CP) Colombo- Sri Lanka's extremist Buddhist group, Bodu Bala Sena, along with other extreme groups is promoting extremist views and spreading fear among minority communities, a UN report presented Tuesday in Geneva at a forum on minority issues said.
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* Sri Lankan Embassy seeks information on expatriates in Iraq

Nov 25 (CP) Colombo- The Sri Lankan Embassy in Iraq has sought information on expatriate Sri Lankans in various parts of Iraq due to the prevailing security situation in that country. An Embassy statement said that reportedly there are around 2000-3000 Sri Lankan expatriates living in various parts of Iraq, mainly in Kurdistan Region in the Northern part of Iraq.
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* STF constable killed in misfire

Nov 26 (DM) A 24-year-old police constable attached to the Kotapola STF Camp in Deniyaya was killed last night when the weapon of a fellow constable had misfired, the Police said. The tragedy occurred when they were on duty at a STF security post near the camp.
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* Missing principal returns, but cannot recall the previous four days

Nov 25 (Island) Principal of Hewavitharana Maha Vidyalaya, Narendranagasinghe Chitrapala had told police that he did not know what really happened to him and he had been sleeping under a tree close to Prarakrama Samudraya in Polonnaruwa, until he came to know where he was from a man there on Saturday, the Police Media Unit said.
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