One woman's plight is a reflection of life in Jaffna

They spoke fluent Sinhala. That is why I suspect the army of having taken my husband.

Britain mulls bigger role in Sri Lanka

'We'd be delighted to become more involved in helping to facilitate the peace process.'

Gang rape, executions and a cover up

An investigative report says missing aid workers were executed by paramilitaries of the Karuna Group which abducted them.

Donors unlikely to stop Sri Lanka's drive for war

The Sri Lankan government is unlikely to heed the advice of donors to resume talks with the LTTE.

Donor reps inspect conditions in Northeast

The summary report of Bilateral Donor Group after their visits to Batticaloa, Trincomalee, Mannar, Vavuniya and Jaffna districts.

Sri Lanka: a graveyard of pacts

Most of the pacts abrogated in Sri Lanka have been on the Tamil question.

Civil war haunts Sri Lanka again

“I've never known a government which has fallen into ethnic chauvinism so quickly.”

Growth statistics mask deepening economic crisis

There is a growing scepticism about the veracity of Sri Lanka's GDP statistics.

Depopulation is part of Rajapakse's genocidal war

The Sinhala supremacist regime of President Mahinda Rajapakse has a major politico - military objective against which the Tamil people are regarded as being of no consequence

A day of national grief

All sections of Tamil society came together in common appreciation of the freedom struggle.