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Danish Tamils rally in Copenhagen to demand justice for Tamil genocide

Tamils in Denmark held a rally in Copenhagen today to mark 13 years since the massacre at Mullivaikkal and to demand justice for the war crimes committed by Sri Lanka. 

They rallied towards Kongens Nytorv before gathering outside Danish parliament where attendees laid flowers to pay their respects to the victims of the Tamil genocide. Mullivaikkal kanji was also served at the end of the event to remember the struggles faced by Tamil trapped in the No Fire Zones in May 2009. 

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