Sri Lanka Army has started firing artillery shells towards Ki’linochchi town Thursday evening around 7:00 p.m., causing panic among the remaining civilians in the town and its suburbs. At least four artillery shells crossed over the town as TamilNet correspondent was reporting that the building of the Ki’linochchi hospital was shaken due to the blasts, causing fear among the remaining patients and the staff. A 33-year-old civilian was rushed to Ki’linochchi hospital in the evening. One shell hit the ground near UNDP office and the other near Ki’linochchi Government Agent’s hostel, according to latest reports. Kilde:TAmilnet.com Automatisk oversat med google til Dansk.
Kollywood actor Kamal Haasan asked his fans to refrain from celebrating his birthday on November 7, as he was “deeply hurt by the killing of Tamils in Sri Lanka”. In a statement, Kamal Hasan said, “I beseech my fans to refrain from celebrations. An individual’s birthday loses credence or importance when genocide is practiced in […]
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