Sri Lanka 'deadlock broken'
The Sri Lankan Government says the country’s peace process is being put back on track after Tamil Tiger rebels reopened channels of communication with Norwegian mediators. The rebels suspended peace talks 10 days ago, complaining they had been marginalised, and cut off direct contacts with Norwegian officials. Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe has now written to the Tigers in an attempt to address their grievances. Chief government negotiator GL Peiris told journalists there had been some very positive developments in the last few days – saying the deadlock had been broken. Full Story