27 July 2020
Dozens of British Tamils gathered outside the Sri Lankan High Commission in London this week, as they marked 37 years since the deadly anti-Tamil Black July pogroms.
Protestors chanted slogans and held placards demanding justice for the atrocities that saw thousands of Tamils killed by government-backed Sinhala mobs.
See more photographs of the protest below.
Read more on Black July here.
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