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Tamil Tigers reject Sri Lanka's offer

Tamil Tiger rebels in Sri Lanka have rejected the government’s latest offer to save peace negotiations and are demanding a radical overhaul of the process. The rebels turned down the government’s proposal to establish an interim administration for the north-east of the island – a demand which they have been making for some time. In a statement the Tamil Tigers said the government had failed to spell out the details of the proposal so it was too early to resume peace talks. The Norwegian-brokered talks have been deadlocked since the Tamil Tigers broke off talks in April. Full Story

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