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Sri Lanka's Tigers kill eight rivals as Norway makes fresh peace bid

Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels killed eight rivals in the worst outbreak of violence in three months as Norway prepared to launch a fresh bid to save the island’s peace process. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) told local Tamil-language reporters that they killed the eight men at a “safe house” of the breakaway faction of renegade regional commander V. Muralitharan, better known as Karuna. The Tiger officials said a government soldier, believed to be a military intelligence officer, was among the eight men killed at Kottawa, a suburb of the capital, but the army denied one of their men had been involved. Full Story

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