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Tamils rally in Sydney on Tamil Genocide Remembrance Day


A rally, organised by the Tamil Refugee Council, took place in Sydney Australia to mark 15 years since the Tamil genocide. 

The rally ended outside Sydney Town Hall where a series of speakers spoke about the 2009 genocide in Mullivaikkal. 

Amongst the speakers was Nila, a Mullivaikkal survivor. Nila, who was only 9 years old, recounted the tragic events in 2009. 

Senator David Shoebridge also spoke at the rally and called for justice for the massacres at Mullivaikkal. 

See more photographs from the rally below:

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