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‘No progress’ in Sri Lanka talks

The first day of talks between Sri Lanka’s government and Tamil Tiger rebels aimed at averting a return to war have ended with little progress. The two-day negotiations in Geneva are intended to shore up the 2002 ceasefire amid a major upsurge of fighting. Since July, 372 security force members, 128 civilians and many rebels have died, the government says. But the two sides are far apart and many believe the best scenario is that they agree on a date for further talks. Full Story

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