20 February 2018
Families of the disappeared in Kilinochchi marked today one year of continuous protests calling on the government to release information on the whereabouts of their missing loved ones.
Mothers, children and partners held banners condemning the lack of government action despite pledges made by the Sri Lankan president, Maithripala Sirsena.
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