16 May 2015
Tamils in Denmark on Saturday commemorated the sixth year anniversary of the killing of tens of thousands of Tamils at the end of the armed conflict in May 2009.
The remembrance event which took place in the Danish city of Randes, included the lighting candles and laying flowers of remembrance, as well as the screening of a video which outlined the massacre that took place.
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