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Sri Lanka calm as govt, rebels negotiate security

Tensions have calmed in Sri Lanka’s restive east as the island’s government and Tamil Tiger rebels negotiate ways to end a standoff threatening a 3-1/2-year ceasefire, truce monitors and police said on Monday. The government has proposed new measures to ensure the safety of Tiger cadres when travelling in military-held areas after a spate of attacks, while the rebels have yet to follow through on a threat to use armed escorts that could rupture the truce. Full Story

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