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Rights group calls for UN probe, saying lack of accountability has caused a sense of impunity among security forces.
Envoy tells government officials accountability for alleged war crimes should be top priority.
Emergency law comes to an end, but new government regulations prevent detained Tamil separatists from being released.
Execution of three, convicted of ex-PM's murder, stayed for two months following appeals by lawyers and politicians.
The civil war is over in Sri Lanka, but many men suspected of being Tamil Tiger fighters continue to be detained.
Prison authorities say Murugan, Santhan and Perarivalan will be hanged on September 9 for 1991-assassination of ex-PM.
Officials falsely link protesters and Naxalites, criminalising dissent and painting demonstrators as violent radicals.
UK calls for probe after British programme appears to show executions of Tamil prisoners by troops at end of civil war.
Deaths of tens of thousands in the government's final 2009 offensive against Tamil rebels 'may amount to war crimes.'
Releasing a UN report probing war crimes against rebels could cause 'irreparable damage', Sri Lanka's government says.
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