As part of a series marking the atrocities of Mullivaikkal, families of the disappeared protesting in Kilinochchi shared their reflections on their experiences and the struggles they continue to face a decade on.
Tamil families of the disappeared have been protesting across the North-East for over two years, demanding answers to the whereabouts of their loved ones.
See a video of their reflection below. English subtitles are available.
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