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At the expense of the multi-faceted challenge of transitional justice and reconciliation, attention, in recent years, has focused heavily on the last stage of the war, in particular the allegations of international crimes against both sides, the demand for accountability, the modalities and the mechanism in respect of it.Draft Law Falls Far Short of Colombo’s Pledges to United Nations (New York) – Sri Lanka’s latest counterterrorism bill falls far short of the government’s pledges to the United Nations Human Rights Council to end abusive detention without charge, Human Rights Watch said today.The Government of Sri Lanka does not fully comply with the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking; however, it is making significant efforts to do so.

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MANILA, Philippines -- A Sri Lankan wanted for sexually abusing mostly young children was captured by police early this week in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija.

In a belated report Thursday, Senior Superintendent Edwin Quilates, chief of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group in Central Luzon, said a Sri Lankan man was arrested at the Old Capitol Compound in Barangay San Roque on Monday morning. The arresting team was armed with a warrant for Kumara’s arrest on charges of violating Republic Act 9262, or the Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act.

Sri Lanka is a source and destination country for men and women trafficked for the purposes of involuntary servitude and commercial sexual exploitation.

Sri Lankan men and women migrate willingly to Kuwait, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Lebanon, the United Arab Emirates, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and South Korea to work as construction workers, domestic servants, or garment factory workers.

He provided police with a detailed description of his car that was discovered Saturday night while a team of officers from Jahra Security Directorate was patrolling in Saad Al-Abdulla.

The suspected thief tried to knockdown the securitymen with the car and he fled from the scene.

The designated Foreign Terrorist Organization Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) continued to recruit, sometimes forcibly, children for use as soldiers in areas outside the Sri Lankan government’s control.

Government security forces may also be complicit in letting a pro-government paramilitary organization recruit, sometimes forcibly, child soldiers.

His security records also showed that he is wanted by law for evading five-year imprisonment and deportation for his involvement in an undisclosed case.

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