Saturday, May 30, 2009

Sri Lanka: UN must publicise civilian casualty figures

Western parasites! doesn't seem to rest

UN Human Rights Council condemned as having double standards

The United Nations must immediately publicise its estimate of the number of civilians killed by the two sides in the final weeks of fighting in Sri Lanka, Amnesty International said.

An investigation published by The Times newspaper today, drawing on confidential UN sources, stated that more than 20,000 civilians were killed in the last few weeks of the conflict, and suggested that most of them were killed as a result of shelling by the Sri Lankan government. Full text