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Female Tamil Tiger rebels, Sri Lankan army clash over dress code, two cadres wounded

Two female Tamil rebels were wounded Wednesday in a fist fight with army soldiers that erupted when the women were ordered to remove their military-style belts before entering a government-held area, witnesses and military sources said. The fight occurred after the soldiers stopped three unarmed women at Manipay checkpoint, near the northern town of Jaffna, and told them to remove their belts, which can hold small arms such as pistols, said a witness who asked not to be named. The incident was confirmed by military sources, also speaking on condition of anonymity. Full Story

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