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Mullivaikkal memorial float travels through North-East to commemorate Tamil genocide

A memorial float travelled through Mullaitivu today to mark the third day Tamil Genocide Remembrance Week commemorating the tens of thousands killed by the Sri Lankan state 14 years ago.

As the float travelled through Mullaitivu, residents paid their respects to those who were massacred in Mullivaikkal by laying flowers in the float. 

The float will travel to Kilinochchi and Jaffna over the next few days before heading back to Mullivaikkal where Tamils will gather to commemorate the Tamil genocide on May 18. 




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