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Sri Lankan rebels anger at pact

Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels have angrily described a new political alliance as a threat to peace which may provoke ethnic war. They say a pact between two leading parties fails to produce any realistic formula for a negotiated peace settlement to end 20 years of war. They warned that it could lead to the breakdown of the current ceasefire. The new alliance has meanwhile questioned the role of international mediators in the peace process. The BBC’s Frances Harrison says that the rebels have watched a political crisis in the Sri Lankan Government for nearly three months and now they are beginning to voice their frustration. Full Story

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