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Sri Lanka marks 10 years since end of civil war

Sify Saturday, 18 May 2019
As Sri Lanka on Saturday marked the 10-year anniversary since its brutal civil war came to an end, the country finds itself again at a crossroads following the Easter Sunday bombings that ripped through the nations fragile peace and fuelled some of the islands worst fears of returning to violence.
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News video: Sri Lanka anniversary: Paying tribute to soldiers of war

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A painful anniversary, 10 years after Sri Lanka's Civil War ended, Al Jazeera takes a look at how the victims are being remembered.

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