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Sri Lanka rejects latest Tiger truce offer

COLOMBO, November 10 (Reuters) – Sri Lanka’s government rejected the latest Tamil Tiger truce offer out of hand on Monday, again demanding the separatist rebels surrender or be destroyed by a military offensive rapidly gaining ground. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eeelam (LTTE) at the weekend reiterated what they say is a long-standing desire for a truce in the 25-year-old war, one of Asia’s longest insurgencies. The government has previously called such offers disingenuous. Full Story

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