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One year on: Counter-terrorism sparks human rights crisis for Sri Lanka’s minorities

13 December 2007

One year since the Sri Lankan government promulgated tough anti-terror laws, the country’s human rights situation has hit a new low, resulting in serious violations against ethnic Tamil and Muslim minorities, Minority Rights Group International says in a new briefing paper. 

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