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Remands continue for former Sri Lankan navy spokesperson over disappearance of Tamil youths

A former Sri Lankan navy spokesperson accused of involvement in the disappearance of 11 Tamils youths in 2008 has been remanded once more.

The latest remand against Commodore D.K.P. Dassanayake and five others will last until January 2nd.

The former Sri Lankan soldier did not show up to the hearing in court as he was receiving treatment at a private hospital, reports ColomboPage.

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