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S.Lanka Tigers say shelled as violence simmers

Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tiger rebels said they were shelled on Tuesday morning by government artillery, but the army denied taking any action as violence threatened a 2002 truce and planned talks remained deadlocked. Local police said it might instead be a clash between the Tigers and breakaway faction the Karuna group, which the rebels say is government backed. But the rebels clearly blamed the army for attacking them near the northeastern port of Trincomalee. Full Story

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