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Police summons 7 Tamil journalists who protested against military for questioning

Journalists who protested against military intimidation have been called for questioning  tomorrow by the Omanthai police, reports a journalist at Yarl Thinakkural, a Jaffna based newspaper.

The journalist, Monday morning, tweeted that 7 journalists who protested against the military had been called in for police questioning.

The latest incident comes as Sri Lankan forces Friday, detained and interrogated 11 Tamil journalists traveling from Jaffna to Colombo for a press workshop.

Military stop Tamil journalists travelling to press workshop, driver detained (26 July 2014)

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