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SRILANKA-MUSLIMS/
RTR1KWHJ
January 05, 2007
Displaced Muslims look out of their shelter at a welfare centre in Alankuda in Puttalam January 2, 2007....
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
Displaced Muslims look out of their shelter at a welfare centre in Sri Lanka
Displaced Muslims look out of their shelter at a welfare centre in Alankuda in Puttalam January 2, 2007. Picture taken on January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA-MUSLIMS/
RTR1KWHI
January 05, 2007
A displaced Muslim woman sits at a welfare centre in Alankuda in Puttalam January 2, 2007. Picture taken...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
A displaced Muslim woman sits at a welfare centre in Sri Lanka
A displaced Muslim woman sits at a welfare centre in Alankuda in Puttalam January 2, 2007. Picture taken on January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA-MUSLIMS/
RTR1KWHH
January 05, 2007
A displaced Muslim boy plays with a tyre at a welfare center in Alankuda in Puttalam January 2, 2007....
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
A displaced Muslim boy plays with a tyre at a welfare center in Sri Lanka
A displaced Muslim boy plays with a tyre at a welfare center in Alankuda in Puttalam January 2, 2007. Picture taken on January 2, 2007. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
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RTR9U52
September 02, 2004
Sri Lankan village women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan village women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the ...
Sri Lankan village women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam. Sri Lankan village women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam on September 2, 2004. Sri Lanka, battered by high global oil prices and a punishing drought that have sent the cost of local goods soaring, is talking to India and Pakistan about importing cheaper foreign food. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SRI LANKA
RTR9U4G
September 02, 2004
Sri Lankan women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam....
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town ...
Sri Lankan women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam. Sri Lankan women carry pots as they look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam on September 2, 2004. Sri Lanka, battered by high global oil prices and a punishing drought that have sent the cost of local goods soaring, is talking to India and Pakistan about importing cheaper foreign food. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SRI LANKA
RTR9U2K
September 02, 2004
Sri Lankan women carries a pot as look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam....
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan women carries a pot as look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of ...
Sri Lankan women carries a pot as look for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam. A Sri Lankan woman carries a pot as she looks for water in a dry reservoir in the north-western town of Puttalam on September 2, 2004. Sri Lanka, battered by high global oil prices and a punishing drought that have sent the cost of local goods soaring, is talking to India and Pakistan about importing cheaper foreign food. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
SRILANKA ELECTION
RTRQ1PU
December 04, 2001
A poster for an opposition political candidate in Puttalam, Sri Lanka,
about 120 kilometer (75 miles)...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
A POSTER OF OPPOSITION CANDIDATE IN SLING IN PUTTALAM.
A poster for an opposition political candidate in Puttalam, Sri Lanka,
about 120 kilometer (75 miles) north of Colombo, shows the candidate,
Sisil Wickremesinghe with his arm in a sling. Violence in the buildup
to Wendesday's parliamentary elections has killed 41 people, according
to independent election monitors. the slogan in the poster says "do
away with the politics of violence". Picture taken December 1.
REUTERS/Dayan Candappa

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SRILANKA ELECTION
RTR1190I
September 29, 2000
Sri Lankan policemen frisk supporters of the main oppsition United National Party (UNP) at the entrance...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
POLICEMEN FRISK SUPPORTERS OF THE UNP IN THE SRI LANKA TOWN OF PUTTALAM.
Sri Lankan policemen frisk supporters of the main oppsition United National Party (UNP) at the entrance to the venue of the election rally in Puttlam some 120 km (75 miles north) of the capital Colombo on September 29, 2000. The UNP said the two of its supporters were injured in an attack by supporters of the ruling People Alliance before the rally. The Puttalam district has been one of the most violent in the run up to the October 10 parliamentary polls.

AL/JRE
SRILANKA ELECTION
RTR11909
September 29, 2000
Main opposition United National Party (UNP) leader Ranil Wickremasinghe addresses a rally in the Sri...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
UNP LEADER RANIL WICKREMASINGHE ADDRESSES A RALLY IN THE SRILANKA TOWN OF PUTTALAM.
Main opposition United National Party (UNP) leader Ranil Wickremasinghe addresses a rally in the Sri Lankan town of Puttalam, some 120 km (75 miles north) of the capital Colombo during an election rally September 29, 2000. The UNP said two of its supporters were injured in an attack by supporters of the ruling People Alliance before the rally. The Puttalam district has been one of the most violent in the run up to the October 10 parliamentary polls.

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SRILANKA ELECTION
RTR8UJE
September 29, 2000
People wait for buses in the Sri Lanka town of Puttalam, some 120 km (75 miles north) of the capital...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka
PEOPLE WAIT FOR BUSES IN THE SRILANKAN TOWN OF PUTTALAM.
People wait for buses in the Sri Lanka town of Puttalam, some 120 km (75 miles north) of the capital Colombo where the main opposition United Party (UNP) held an election rally September 29, 2000. The UNP said the ruling People's Alliance crippled public transport in the area to sabotage the rally. The Puttalam district has been one of the most violent in the run up to the October 10 parliamentary polls.

AL/FMS
SRILANKA FEATURE
RTR4L8U
May 24, 2000
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SRILANKA-MOSLEMS - Ismath Indon, a Moslem refugee from Sri Lanka's northern...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
ISMATH INDON, A MOSLEM REFUGEE FROM SRILANKA'S NORTHERN JAFFNA.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SRILANKA-MOSLEMS - Ismath Indon, a Moslem refugee from Sri Lanka's northern Jaffna peninsula, looks at the card that allows him a ration of food from the government. Indon is one of the thousands of refugees, pushed out of Sri Lanka's northern Jaffna peninsula by Tamil Tiger rebels 10 years ago. Thousands of Moslems in Jaffna, who left their homes after being given hours to vacate, face a dismal future as there is little likelihood of them returning. Picture taken on May 19.

AL/TAN
SRILANKA
RTR4L8O
May 24, 2000
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SRILANKA-MOSLEMS - A youn Moslem refugee boy peeps out from his hut in a camp...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
YOUNG MOSLEM REFUGEE BOY PEEPS OUT FROM HIS HUT IN SRILANKA'S NORTHWESTERN PUTTALAM.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SRILANKA-MOSLEMS - A youn Moslem refugee boy peeps out from his hut in a camp in Sri Lanka's northwestern Puttalam districts. The boy's parent were pushed out of the northern Jaffna peninsula nearly a decade ago by Tamil Tiger rebls who are fighting for a separate homeland for Tamils in the country's north and east. Thousands of Moslems in Jaffna, who left their homes after being given hours to vacate, face a dismal furure as there is little likelihood of them returning. Picture taken on May 19.

AL/TAN
SRILANKA
RTR4L8K
May 24, 2000
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SRILANKA-MOSLEMS - Children of Moslem refugees, pused out of Sri Lanka's northern...
Puttalam, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
CHILDREN OF MOSLEM REFUGEES PRAY AT A MOSQUE IN SRILANKA'S NORTHWESTERN DISTRICTS.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-SRILANKA-MOSLEMS - Children of Moslem refugees, pused out of Sri Lanka's northern Jaffna peninsula by Tamil Tiger rebels 10 years ago, pray at a mosque in one of the refugee camps in the northwestern Puttalam districts. Thousands of Moslems in Jaffna, who left their homes after being given hours to vacate, face a dismal furure as there is little likelihood of them returning. Picture taken on May 19.

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