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Sri Lanka monitors ‘will not go’

International truce monitors in Sri Lanka say they will not pull out even though they say they are now monitoring a war rather than a ceasefire. The head of mission, Ulf Henricsson, told the BBC the ceasefire was only intact on paper but it was still important to maintain a presence. Almost 300 people have been killed in the recent upsurge of violence. The international monitors have been present in Sri Lanka since a ceasefire was signed in 2002. Full Story

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