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Capitol Hill Screening of “Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields”

There are 7 comments on the TamilNet Newswire story from Jul 12, 2011, titled Capitol Hill Screening of “Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields”. In it, TamilNet Newswire reports that:

The film was recently screened to wide acclaim at the United Nations in New York and Geneva, and has fueled renewed calls for an international response to these crimes.

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Paranpillai

Chesterfield, UK

#1 Jul 12, 2011
Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International-USA, the International Crisis Group, and Open Society Foundations in conjunction with the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission are co-hosting the screening of Channel-4's documentary "Sri Lanka's Killing Fields" at the Congressional Auditorium this Friday according to political sources in Washington D.C.
allah o akbar

Singapore, Singapore

#2 Jul 13, 2011
allah o akbar.vengence is mine says the Lord.Rajapakshe is peeing.Can you smell his shit?

Since: May 10

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#3 Jul 13, 2011
aney pow- demalu are running around like headless chickens showing their bullshit to everyone but no one cares- australians gave a bigger shit about how their cows are treated and even in shit nadu the handful of demalu who decided to howl were beaten and locked up by their own police. ROFL try demalas try.
Punc

Richmond Hill, Canada

#4 Jul 13, 2011
aruI_ wrote:
aney pow- demalu are running around like headless chickens showing their bullshit to everyone but no one cares- australians gave a bigger shit about how their cows are treated and even in shit nadu the handful of demalu who decided to howl were beaten and locked up by their own police. ROFL try demalas try.
now NZ rejected them also. vishesyenma pow

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#5 Jul 13, 2011
Punc wrote:
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now NZ rejected them also. vishesyenma pow
and uk kicked a bunch of them out on their black ars- demalu are getting it in style ROFL.

Since: Mar 10

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#6 Jul 13, 2011
Punc wrote:
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now NZ rejected them also. vishesyenma pow
ROFL

Since: Jul 11

San Jose, CA

#7 Jul 13, 2011
Paranpillai wrote:
Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International-USA, the International Crisis Group, and Open Society Foundations in conjunction with the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission are co-hosting the screening of Channel-4's documentary "Sri Lanka's Killing Fields" at the Congressional Auditorium this Friday according to political sources in Washington D.C.
Why your mother works in DC as your source..........Killer

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