Sri Lankan Civil War During the final months of the Sri Lankan civil war in and after its end in May evidence in the form of video, photographs etc. British broadcaster Channel 4 was one of a number of foreign media organisations who publicised this evidence. In August Channel 4 News broadcast video showing naked and blindfolded victims being executed by Sri Lankan soldiers. The documentary was watched by an estimated , to 1 million viewers and drew a lot of international publicity. International broadcasts[ edit ] The documentary was broadcast in Australia on 4 July at 8. The documentary was broadcast in India on 8 July at 8.
Sri Lanka mass graves: skeletons found at country's largest site - BBC News
The past is gone and irretrievable. The government should not continue being a racist outfit now and do justice by the Tamils in north and east. This is what I wrote of Sinhalese buggers and Sinhalese fellows. Now after missing the bus there, you fellows want me to detail some thing LTTE had done, which you thing needs to be investigated or prosecuted? You are out of your damn mind if you think that I will do it. What were you all doing all these bloody years.
Sri Lanka mass graves: 230 skeletons found at country's largest site
An undated handout image released October 22, by Sri Lankan Tamil Tigers rebels shows suicide fighters posing with their leader V. Prbhakaran before taking part in an air attack at dawn today on the Sri Lankan Air Force base in Anurudhapura. Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers on Wednesday accused the military of abusing conventions on the treatment of war dead but the military denied it had behaved wrongly and said photos showing naked bodies had been doctored.