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LTTE financial network operated throughout 2014: US report

As published in Ada Derana, June 20, 2015

Despite its military defeat at the hands of the Sri Lankan government in 2009, the LTTE’s international network of sympathizers and financial support persists, the United States says. 1,028 more words

Sri Lanka

Judge stops government from deporting man who worked for Tamil Tigers as a tax collector

TORONTO — A federal judge has stopped the government from deporting a Sri Lankan war criminal, ruling the former member of the Tamil Tigers could be at risk if forced to return to his home country. 271 more words

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Three men arrested in India for Red Mercury scam

According to a story in the Hindu, three men approached undercover Indian police and tried to sell them Red Mercury supposedly obtained from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) sources in Sri Lanka.   57 more words

Like time, literature can heal, says U of C guest author

It’s telling that author Shyam Selvadurai initially had trouble finding the appropriate material for the irreverent Way Back When event at the University of Calgary, which will have Selvadurai and fellow writers Ian Williams, Aritha van Herk and Larissa Lai reading “embarrassing” material they wrote as teenagers. 765 more words

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PressTV: Why does US government continue to back genocidal allies?

 (From left to right) US President Barack Obama and four of the former presidents of the United States, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George Bush and Jimmy Carter… 1,358 more words

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GOSL Names and Bans LTTE Fronts: Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO)   Posted on October 7th, 2014

Shenali D Waduge

What emerges from correlating and connecting the various fronts of the LTTE, how they have formed and who controls and runs them it is clear and shocking to acknowledge how Tamils would set up a cozy network for themselves and their families overseas and brainwash innocent Tamil youth to take up arms while ordinary Tamils end up providing the funding for a make-believe Eelam that they had been sold. 2,543 more words

Calgary man runs afoul of law trying to rescue sister in Sri Lanka

Ryan de Hoedt’s thoughts read like a desperate broken record. From morning until the time he goes to sleep, he recites a single prayer ­— that his sister will live another day. 1,292 more words

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