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Genocide of Tamils highlighted in Germany

Tamil youth in Germany came together to hold a cultural event on Saturday, depicting the genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka.

Held in Rheinland Pfalz, over 500 local German residents, including politicians, attended. Many expressed horror at the plight of Tamil, and said they were astounded to know crimes of such severity continued to occur in this century.

The politicians pledged to fight for justice for the Tamils.

The Tamil youth who organised the event said the event's main theme was the determination and resolve of young Tamils, born and raised in countries across the world, to fight for the justice and rights of their brothers and sisters back home. 

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