THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
People made homeless by the tsunami rested yesterday at a camp in Mulliyawalai, a Tamil-controlled town in northern Sri Lanka.
People made homeless by the tsunami rested yesterday at a camp in Mulliyawalai, a Tamil-controlled town in northern Sri Lanka. (Getty Images Photo) Getty Images Photo
DIVIDED NATION

Sri Lanka rebels take up aid effort

By Jehangir S. Pocha
Globe Correspondent / January 5, 2005

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KILINOCHCHI, Sri Lanka -- Members of the Tamil Tigers, separatist rebels who control large swaths of Sri Lanka's north and east, are appealing to international organizations to bypass the central government and send aid directly to the tsunami-devastated regions within their territories, saying they have received little help in the 10 days since the disaster. (Full article: 938 words)

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