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Globe Editorial

Sri Lanka's uncivil war

June 29, 2006

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THE FESTERING ethnic conflict in the island nation of Sri Lanka receives little attention here, but recurrent bouts of violence there between the government and minority Tamils have taken 70,000 lives since 1983. And now, after a suicide bomber killed the deputy chief of the Sri Lankan army Monday, there is reason to fear that an already tattered cease-fire signed ... (Full article: 451 words)

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