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Sri Lanka refugees stranded on a boat near Australia's shoreline are in legal limbo and fear torture if sent home.
Army control of homes and farms prevents return to Jaffna of thousands of civil war refugees, locals and activists say.
Experts say desertion and crime in armed forces has spiked five years after civil war end due to absence of counselling.
Work on grave site suspended after official says it pre-dates war during which both sides were accused of atrocities.
On the fifth anniversary of the end of the war in Sri Lanka, major challenges remain unresolved.
Roman Catholic Church accuses military of shooting unarmed villagers protesting against water contamination.
Thousands demonstrate at US embassy in Colombo after Washington asks UN to investigate alleged crimes during civil war.
The civil war is over in Sri Lanka, but many men suspected of being Tamil Tiger fighters continue to be detained.
Officials falsely link protesters and Naxalites, criminalising dissent and painting demonstrators as violent radicals.
Deaths of tens of thousands in the government's final 2009 offensive against Tamil rebels 'may amount to war crimes.'
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