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Scottish, Sri Lankan police strengthen ties

Scottish police strengthened ties with their Sri Lankan counterparts on training for the management of public peace. 
In a conference held in Sri Lanka on Friday, Sri Lanka's Inspector of General of police, met with the Superintendent of Police, Mark Anderson. 
Scotland's police force has been criticised by human rights groups for their previous links to Sri Lanka's police which is accused of the routine practise of torture. See more here

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