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TIC has issued a number of news releases, memos, appreciation of human rights, social and cultural activists and published a number of documents on human rights and humanitarian issues to help create awareness on the situation in Sri Lanka, all of which are available for download here free.

Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.19 -(15.09.1986)
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The Jaffna Mothers' Front has expressed shock at the unseemly conduct of an Army Officer who had entered the labour room of a hospital in one of the islands off Jaffna, and by arrangement with the doctor in charge, had witnessed the delivery of a child. The Mothers' Front has also condemned the action of the doctor. It was stated that the Officer-in-charge of the Army Camp in the island had jocularly told the medical officer that he would like to see 'how a Tiger cub' is born!
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.18 -(01.09.1986)
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More than 125,000 refugees, mostly from the north and east are to be resettled before the setting up of the Provincial Councils, the Ministry of Rehabilitation announced yesterday. The Ministry is also making arrangements for talks with Indian authorities to settle the 100,000 Sri Lankan refugees from Tamilnadu, Secretary Austin Fernando said.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.17 -(15.08.1986)
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A solution to the ethnic problem is close at hand. The Muslims will not to be adversely affected by this, but stand to gain from a devolution of power, said Foreign Minister Mr A.C.S Hameed yesterday at a gathering of Muslim leaders and organisations at the Islamic centre in Maligawatte. The meeting was presided over by Transport and Muslim Religious Affairs Minister, Mr M.H Mohamed, who also spoke.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.14 -(01.06.1986)
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"The pens of journalists cannot build dams or cities. Nor can these pens build new roads." said Mahaveli Development Minister Gamin1Dissanayake at the openlng of a new medical centre at Siripura. Dehiattakandiya in System C of the Mahaveli Scheme on Sunday. Mr. Dissanayake who was critical of the "Divaina" carrying an article about threatening letters received by the settlers in System C. said that newspapers were out to highlight the shortcomings of the authorities but failed to recognise the difficult conditions under which the officers functioned.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.10 -(01.05.1986)
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President J. R Jayewardene has in an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) which is reported in the 'Hindu@ said India was maintaining double standards with respect to Sri Lanka and that Sri Lanka cannot be friendly with a person with double standards. Mr Jayewardene os also reported to have said that Pakistan was a better friend of Sri lanka than India.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.7 -(15.03.1986)
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Tuesday's bout of Bhagat bashing was succeeded yesterday by the SLFP's fervent championing of the Kandyan peasantry. If on Tuesday Agalawatte's Merril Kariyawasam made use of the adjournment to beat the war drums against India, yesterday during adjournment Attanagala's Lakshman Jayakody was equally vocal in declaring war on Minister Thondaman ......... Mr.Jayakody, who opened the debate with a discursive speech, said that the upcountry Tamils would ask for a homeland of their own on the Eelam pattern in 18 months time though he did not explain the basis for the time frame. Mark my words, he warned the House.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.3 -(15.01.1986)
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A star war will take place on January 8, 1986, in the house of Parliamentary affairs. This planetary was is between Mercury, the planet of communication and mass media vs mysterious Neptune. The winner is Neptune the planet of “worry”. It builds up fear from neighbours. Cordial relations between rulers of neighbouring countries turn into dreadful situations. This could also be a period of stress adversely affecting the rule of law. Resolutions of condemnation of rulers may be discussed as internal dissensions grow.
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Sri Lanka- Situation report - Issue No.2 -(01.01.1986)
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There are 50,000 refugees from terrorism in six districts of the north and east, the Ministry of National Security said yesterday. Trincomalee had the largest number with 21,737, Anuradhapura had 15,217 and Batticaloa had 8,517. The other districts were Vavuniya. Mannar and Mullaitivu. ( Daily News: 5/12)
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