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Sri Lanka talks start and stall, violence rages

Sri Lanka’s government said Tamil Tiger rebels had refused to meet them at talks in Oslo on Thursday, while at least three people were killed as the two sides blamed each other for new attacks. More than 400 people have been killed since early April and the island’s north and east is now locked in a low-intensity conflict. But the Oslo meeting, the first between the two sides since February, was to only center on the role of the Nordic mission monitoring what is left of a 2002 cease-fire. Full Story

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