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Mullivaikkal genocide commemorated in Berlin

German Tamils held a remembrance event for the approximately 70,000-140,000 Tamils killed during the Mullivaikkal massacres.

Protesters held up signs demanding an answer for the approximate 146, 679 Tamils who disappeared during the final stages of the war. Families across the Tamil homeland have taken to the streets since the end of the war requesting an account of where their loved ones are. Over a decade has passed and 69 mothers have died without finding a solution to their grievances. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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