10 years on, Sri Lanka grapples with war's legacy

Government forces fought the Tamil Tigers for over two decades, today Sri Lankans are struggling to rebuild their lives.

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    It's been a decade since the end of Sri Lanka's 26-year-long civil war.

    People on all sides of the conflict are focusing their efforts on rebuilding their lives.

    But a struggling economy and rising unemployment have made things difficult.

     

    Al Jazeera's Minelle Fernandez reports from Kilinochchi.


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