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Sri Lanka's Tiger supremo seeks peace talks amid war threats

Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger supremo asked his 22 proxy legislators in the country’s new parliament to pressure the minority government to open peace talks based on the rebels’ blueprint for self-rule. Tiger chief Velupillai Prabhakaran, 49, met the MPs of the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), a proxy of his guerrillas, and two other pro-rebel legislators in the Tiger-held town of Kilinochchi, 330 kilometres (206 miles) north of Colombo. “The national leader thanked the Tamils for voting the TNA in and told the TNA MPs that they should ask the government to resume negotiations based on the Interim Self Governing Authority proposal,” a rebel source said. Full Story

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