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International judges cannot work in Sri Lanka to hear cases of alleged war crimes blamed on the government troops and the LTTE as the Constitution does not permit it
Sebastian Vettel said he and Ferrari had answered their critics on the track on Saturday after he secured pole position in all-Ferrari front row for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
The funds of the LTTE will remain frozen in the European Union countries despite the recent judgement by a top court to remove the Sri Lankan Tamil rebels from its terror list.
The court, however, removed Sri Lanka's Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam from the 28-member bloc's terror list, BBC reported.
Sri Lankan Navy's seven officials have been arrested for their alleged involvement in abduction and disappearance of 11 individuals during the military conflict with the LTTE.
A headstrong Sebastian Vettel, rejecting the evidence of official data, accused the victorious Valtteri Bottas of jumping the start at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas converted pole position into his second win since joining Mercedes in the Austrian Grand Prix.
The Finn clocked a best lap of one minute and 4.251 seconds to outpace the championship leader by four hundredths of a second.
Ananthi Saseetharan was appointed as the minister of rehabilitation and women's affairs by Chief Minister C V Wigneswaran in a reshuffle.
Vaiko said it was wrong on the part of the Malaysian government to detain him as good relations prevail between India and Malaysia.
Maithripala Sirisena said he would establish a mechanism to search locations where there are reports that people may still be incarcerated after the war.
The Tamil Genocide Remembrance day will be marked by various events at Mullivaikkal, the location of the final battle between the Lankan troops and LTTE.
Both Sri Lankan troops and the LTTE were accused of grave human rights abuses during the final phase of the conflict which ended in May 2009.
A dominant party of Sri Lanka's Tamil National Alliance will involve rehabilitated LTTE cadres in party work as part of a bid to integrate them into the society.
Sri Lanka’s transitional justice system will not benefit any one particular group and certainly not target the armed forces, Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera said on Wednesday.