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16 Jan 2021 (10:45 PM)

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17 Jan 2021 (11:47 AM)

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17 Jan 2021 (9:51 AM)

Police Special Task Force (STF) has uncovered a stash of narcotic drugs at a house in the Sirisara Uyana housing scheme in Wanathamulla. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (1:00 PM)

Sri Lanka s minority Tamil political parties and civil society groups have urged the UN Human Rights Council to establish an international independent investigatory mechanism with a strict time frame to ensure accountability from the island nation on the alleged human rights abuses during the nearly three-decades-long civil war. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (10:54 AM)

A total of 943 persons at the parliament have been subjected to PCR testing to detect possible coronavirus infections among its members or staff. MORE..

17 Jan 2021 (9:08 PM)

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