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Canada PM says won't back off Lanka Commonwealth summit boycott
[Wednesday 2013-02-27 15:00]

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Tuesday held firm on his threat to boycott the Commonwealth summit in Colombo later this year, rejecting calls to make nice with Sri Lanka. 'I have indicated that unless changes occur in Sri Lanka I will not be attending the Commonwealth summit there,' Harper told parliament. 'I am concerned with further developments, since I made that statement, which are taking that country in a worse direction,' he added. Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has urged Canada to drop its threat to boycott November's meeting in Sri Lanka over allegations of war crimes committed there during the civil war. Instead, Canada stepped up pressure, reporting Sri Lanka to the Commonwealth for allegedly violating the organization's democratic values by ignoring two court rulings and sacking Chief Justice Shirani Bandaranayake in January.


Canadian court overturns asylum claims of 2 Lankans
[Wednesday 2013-02-27 13:00]

A Canadian Federal Court has overturned the asylum claims of two Sri Lankans, Canada's National Post reported today. The Immigration and Refugee Board misinterpreted the law when it granted asylum to the two Sri Lankans simply because they had traveled to Canada aboard the human smuggling ship MV Sun Sea, the Federal Court has ruled. In a pair of decisions, the court weighed in on attempts by refugee lawyers to argue that, because the Sun Sea has been publicly linked to the Tamil Tigers rebels, its passengers faced persecution if Canada sent them back to Sri Lanka.


Sri Lankan military 'raping Tamil Tigers'
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 17:00]

The Sri Lankan military is using rape and extreme sexual violence against men and women suspected of links to the defeated Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), according to a report by Human Rights Watch.

The international human rights group said rape and sexual violence against Tamil Tiger suspects was common during the 26 year long civil war which ended with the LTTE's defeat in 2009 but continues to be used today against the government's political opponents. Its report details 75 cases of rape and sexual assault by members of the Sri Lankan security forces from 2006 to 2012 - three years after the civil war ended when the army encircled the remaining LTTE forces in a tiny 'no-fire zone' in the far north of the country and killed most of its leaders.


University lecturers in Sri Lanka to re-commence agitation to win demands
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 14:00]

University lecturers in Sri Lanka are looking at re-commencing the agitation campaign to win their demand of a 6 percent budgetary allocation to the education sector. The Federation of University Teachers' Association (FUTA) has said that the government has failed to keep its pledge and pay attention to their demand of a 6 percent budgetary allocation for the education sector. FUTA Spokesperson Dr. Mahim Mendis said the agitation campaign would be re-launched with the help of a large number of trade unions. He noted that the government has not paid attention to granting higher provisions for primary, secondary and tertiary education and there has not been any progress shown in the education sector since the lecturers called off their 100 day strike action last October. The FUTA plans to launch mass demonstrations and awareness campaigns as part of their agitation campaign. The academics, who continued a three-month long strike last year, ended their trade union action after the government and the trade union reached an agreement on their demands for a pay raise and 6 percent budgetary allocation.


UNHRC to be briefed on probe into killings of students, aid workers
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 14:00]

The Attorney General's Department will brief anyone interested in knowing about the progress on investigations into the 2006 killing of five students in Trincomalee and 17 aid workers in Mutur. This will be done during United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) sessions in Geneva. Sri Lanka had assured the UNHRC last year that investigations into these two incidents would be resumed. International organizations such as the Amnesty International had vigorously questioned the steps taken by the Sri Lankan Government on these tragic events and this led to the Attorney General's Department reopen the cases for further investigations. The AG's Department has sent three officials to Geneva to assist the Sri Lankan authorities in countering propaganda against the country. A top department official said the three senior officials would leave for Geneva on March 9, in place of the officials there.


UNHRC commences its 22nd Session: Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe to deliver National Statement on Wednesday
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 14:00]

Hon. Minister Samarasinghe, Minister of Plantation Industries, H.E. the President's Special Envoy on Human Rights and Leader of the Sri Lanka delegation, who is due to arrive in Geneva on Tuesday, will deliver Sri Lanka's National Statement during the High Level segment of the Human Rights Council, on Wednesday, 27th February 2013. The 22nd Session of the Human Rights Council opened today with statements by H.E. Mr. Remigiusz A. Henczel President of the Human Rights Council, H.E. Mr. Vuk Jeremic, President of the General Assembly and Ms. Navanethem Pillay, High Commissioner for Human Rights. This was followed by the commencement of the High Level segment where country statements were delivered. Sri Lanka's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Ravinatha Aryasinha and members of the delegation attended the session. The current session runs through the 22 March 2013. Sri Lanka is due to engage the Council under relevant agenda items and a number of thematic sessions.


Sri Lanka allows ICRC access to LTTE rehabilitation camps
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 14:00]

After stonewalling for nearly three years, Sri Lanka has allowed a team of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to visit the rehabilitation camps housing ex-LTTE combatants. Brigadier Darshana Hettiarachchi, the Commissioner General of Rehabilitation said that ICRC delegation had visited the Marandhamadu rehabilitation camp in the north on February 22. The ICRC had not been provided access to camps since early 2010, Hettiarachchi said. 'They (ICRC) spent over 3 hours in the camp inspecting the facilities', Hettiarachchi said. Sri Lanka permission to the ICRC team came just days ahead of crucial UNHRC vote on Lanka's human rights. Sri Lanka claims to have successfully rehabilitated over 11,000 ex-members of the LTTE who gave themselves up to the security forces during the final phase of the military conflict in May 2009.


Sri Lanka accuses LTTE rump of cyber terrorism
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 13:00]

Sri Lanka Tuesday accused the remnants of Tamil Tiger terrorist organization Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam living overseas for hacking government websites. Secretary of the Ministry of Mass Media and Information Charitha Herath said the Monday's attack on the Media Ministry website as an act of 'cyber terrorism' by the LTTE rump living overseas. "We see this as an act of cyber terrorism," Herath said. A hacker believed to be a Pakistani known as H4x0r HuSsY has posted a link on the Media Ministry website at www.media.gov.lk directing to an Australian Broadcasting Corp report on atrocities during the final stages of Sri Lanka's conflict against Tamil Tiger terrorists in 2009. The hacker took down the website completely and uploaded a deface over the website that read "We Pakistanis are with Everyone! All We Want Is Justice! Justice Everywhere!" However, the Ministry has promptly removed the message and repaired the website immediately, Herath said. The director told state-run media that the timing of attacks on government websites is significant as the country is preparing to defend itself against the pro-LTTE forces at the UN Human Rights Council sessions that are currently underway.


Sri Lanka Protests Screening Of Channel 4 film
[Tuesday 2013-02-26 13:00]

The Sri Lanka Permanent Mission in Geneva has made formal protest against the screening of the latest Channel 4 documentary film 'No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka' organized by Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and FIFDH at the Palais de Nations in Geneva on 1st March 2013. In a letter addressed to Ambassador Remigiusz Achilles Henczel, President of the Human Rights Council, Sri Lanka's Permanent Representative to the UN Ravinatha Aryasinha said 'Sri Lanka views this film, as well as the timing of its broadcast as part of a cynical, concerted and orchestrated campaign that is strategically driven, and clearly motivated by collateral political considerations'. Noting that this is the screening of the third part of a much disputed film series by Channel 4, whose narrative remains discredited, uncorroborated and unsubstantiated, he said such actions would clearly undermine the status of Member States, the work of the Council and leaves it vulnerable to politicization.


Witnesses claim prisoners were shot by army
[Monday 2013-02-25 19:00]

In an article published in 'The Independent UK' yesterday, former BBC correspondent in Sri Lanka Francis Harrison states that 'Two eyewitnesses have come forward for the first time to support allegations that the Sri Lankan army executed two Tamil Tiger rebel leaders after they surrendered, carrying a white flag, at the close of the island's civil war in 2009'. 'Their accounts cast fresh doubt on the Sri Lankan government's claim that the rebels were killed by their own supporters and add to a growing body of evidence of war crimes allegedly committed by the Sri Lankan military during the conflict' the article says. 'Their accounts cast fresh doubt on the Sri Lankan government's claim that the rebels were killed by their own supporters and add to a growing body of evidence of war crimes allegedly committed by the Sri Lankan military during the conflict.


TESO plans protest at Sri Lankan Deputy Mission
[Monday 2013-02-25 19:00]

DMK-backed Tamil Eelam Supporters' Organisation (TESO) today announced holding a series of events over the Lankan Tamils issue, including picketing of the Sri Lankan Deputy High Commission in Chennai on March 5. TESO will also hold a meeting in Delhi on March 7 in which various political parties and human rights organisations are expected to participate, TESO member and Dravidar Kazhagam president K Veeramani told reporters after a TESO meeting chaired by DMK chief M Karunanidhi. 'On March five, a picketing of the Deputy High Commission will be held. On the same day DMK and VCK MPs will stage a protest outside the Parliament,' he was quoted as saying by PTI. The March 7th TESO meeting would discuss various matters pertaining to Sri Lankan Tamils, including their livelihood issues, he said. He slammed the alleged killing of slain LTTE chief V Prabhakaran's 12-year-old son Balachandran and said this was indicative of 'war-crimes' by the army during the last phase of the Eelam War.


Cyber attack on Media ministry website
[Monday 2013-02-25 19:00]

The official web site of the Ministry of Media & Information www.media.gov.lk has been hacked according to the Secretary to the ministry Dr. Charitha Herath. Hackers have attacked the website by placing a documentary about alleged war crimes during the island's ethnic war on its website, according to reports. The hackers identifying themselves as "H4x0r HuSsY" uploaded a link to an Australian Broadcasting Corp report on atrocities during the final stages of Sri Lanka's battle against separatist Tamil Tiger rebels in 2009. "Stop Killing Innocent Tamil Ppl! Or Get prepared 4 Attacks From Us!" read a message left on the website, media.gov.lk. An official in the Mass Media and Information ministry said the website had been "reclaimed" on Monday morning. According to Dr. Charitha Heratha suspicion has been cast that the attack may have been carried out by a group of pro-LTTE sympathisers. Several key government agency web sites were attacked during the recent past which also includes the web site of the Media Centre for National Security.


Authenticity of Balachandran Prabhakaran photos to be probed: Douglas
[Monday 2013-02-25 14:00]

Sri Lankan minister Douglas Devananda has said an inquiry would be conducted into the authenticity of the photographs of the slain LTTE chief V Prabhakaran's son Balachandran, circulated by a channel. The lankan minister for traditional industries and small enterprises who participated in St Antony Church's festival in Katchatheevu islet evaded a direct reply to a query on the involvement of Sri Lankan military in the alleged execution of Balachandran in the final days of the war against the LTTE in May 2009 but said that it was unfortunate. 'It was unfortunate. We will inquire into it. The truth would emerge only after an inquiry. Nothing more could be said now,'' he told reporters at Katchatheevu on Saturday night. However, Devananda also refrained from clarifying if the probe would pertain to the alleged execution of Balachandran or how the photographs had surfaced in the international media. The annual festival was held this year against the backdrop of widespread upheaval against the alleged war crimes committed by Sri Lankan military and the killing of Balachandran. To a query on Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa pulling out as the host of the 20th Asian Athletics Championships, Devananda said the decision was unfortunate. However, he urged Jayalalithaa to put an end to the Tamil Nadu fishermen crossing the international maritime boundary line (IMBL) to fish in the Sri Lankan waters.


Over 2,800 Indian devotees attend annual feast in Kachchativu Island of Sri LankaTop News
[Monday 2013-02-25 14:00]

The annual feast of St. Anthony's Church in Kachchativu Island of Sri Lanka concluded today with over 5,200 devotees from India and Sri Lanka attending the two-day event. For the first time, High Commissioner of India, Ashok K. Kantha, attended the annual feast in the early morning of Sunday. He was accompanied by the Consul General of India in Jaffna V. Mahalingam. The islet welcomed 2,814 Indian devotees who came in 94 boats with great enthusiasm and piety to participate in the annual feast, held in Honour of the patron saint of sea-farers, Rev. St. Antony. Rev. Bishop of Jaffna, Dr. Thomas Saudranayagam conducted the main mass at Kachchativu. Rev. Fr. Amal Rajan, head of the Kachchativu diocese, Minister Douglas Devananda, and Commanders of the security forces also participated in the mass.


Don't hang Rajiv Gandhi's killers, says judge Top News
[Monday 2013-02-25 13:00]

A former Indian judge who headed a bench that awarded death sentence to four for the killing of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi said on Sunday that the convicts should not be hanged. KT Thomas said that since Murugan, Santhan and Perarivalan had spent 22 years in prison, hanging them now would amount to punishing them twice for the same crime. The three men are lodged at the Vellore jail in Tamil Nadu. Thomas told reporters in Kottayam: 'If they are going to be awarded (death sentence) after spending 22 years in jail, it would be like giving them two punishment for the same crime, which is against the constitution.' He urged President Pranab Mukherjee to review his decision to reject their mercy petition.


Protest against SL players in IPL
[Monday 2013-02-25 13:00]

Members of the Dravidar Viduthalai Kazhagam will hold a protest in the city on Monday at 11 a.m. against the presence of Sri Lankan players in Indian Premier League 2013. A release from the Urban District Secretary of the outfit, N. Panneer Selvam, says the presence of Sri Lankan players in Chennai Super Kings and Sunrisers Hyderabad has hurt the sentiments of Tamils. The owners of the two IPL franchises should send back the players as the Sri Lankan Navy had killed hundreds of Tamil fishermen. He has cited the protest against and the subsequent absence of Pakistan players in the last year's IPL to underscore his point. He has said that the protest will be held at 11 a.m. in front of the Indian Cements office in the city.


India to vote against Sri Lanka on war crimes in UNHRC
[Monday 2013-02-25 13:00]

India will vote in support of a US-backed resolution against Sri Lanka proposed to be moved before the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva next month, Union minister in the Prime Minister's Office ( PMO) V Narayansamy said on Sunday. Talking to reporters, he said that PM Manmohan Singh has promised to support the resolution against Sri Lanka on war crimes and human rights violations at the UNHRC meeting. Narayanasamy said he along with MPs from Tamil Nadu recently called on the Prime Minister and asked him to extend support to the US-sponsored resolution for holding Sri Lanka responsible for war crimes and to vote against the island nation. The sentiments of Tamil people are running high after pictures of slain LTTE leader Prabakaran and his son Balachandran were released in the media recently, Narayanasamy said. India was one of the 24 countries that voted against Sri Lanka on human rights violations at the UNHRC meet in March last year. "We called on the Prime Minister and insisted that he support the resolution against Sri Lanka on war crimes. He promised to do so," Narayanasamy said.


TNA to head to Geneva
[Sunday 2013-02-24 15:00]

A four-member Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentary delegation will leave for UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) sessions in Geneva, to brief the representatives of the member countries, who will be dealing with the US resolution on Sri Lanka. TNA Spokesperson and Jaffna District Parliamentarian, Suresh K. Premachandran told Ceylon Today the Alliance took the decision to be present in Geneva and to meet the UNHRC representatives on the sidelines of the UNHRC sessions at the parliamentary group meeting of the Alliance, presided over by Leader R. Sampanthan in Colombo on Friday. Premachandran said: 'The TNA parliamentary delegation has already sent the letters to the member countries on the meetings the TNA intends to have with them during the Geneva sessions. 'At the UNHRC sessions last year, the TNA kept itself away from being present in Geneva and its stance was made clear to the member countries through the letters sent to them.


Sri Lankan delegation to meet Navaneetham Pillay
[Sunday 2013-02-24 15:00]

President Mahinda Rajapaksa's Special envoy on Human Rights Minister Mahinda Samarasinghe and the Sri Lankan delegation will meet the UN's High Commissioner Navaneetham Pillay on the sidelines of the Human Rights Council's 22nd regular sessions scheduled to begin next week. Authoritative sources said Ms Pillay had made a request to meet the Sri Lankan delegation and the team will update her on the overall progress and the most recent developments on the resettlement, reconciliation and development fronts. A Ministry spokesperson on Friday confirmed that Minister Samarasinghe was appointed by President Rajapaksa on Wednesday to lead the Sri Lankan delegation to Geneva. He will be accompanied by two officials from the External Affairs Ministry and six officials of the Attorney General's Department. The AG's Department team comprises five Deputy Solicitor Generals and a Senior State Counsel.


LTTE rump drumming-up as UNHRC meeting approaches
[Sunday 2013-02-24 15:00]

Jaffna Security Forces Commander Maj. Gen. Mahinda Hathurusinghe yesterday alleged that the LTTE rump, some members of the international community and as well as a section of the media had stepped up their campaign in the run-up to the forthcoming United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) sessions in Geneva. Hathurusinghe said that the presence of troops in the Jaffna peninsula, particularly the deployment in the Palaly-Kankesanthurai sector had now become a rallying point for those wanting to cause communal tensions in the region. The Jaffna Commander was speaking to The Sunday Island shortly after Indian High Commissioner Ashok K. Kantha unveiled a monument for Indian para commandos killed during an abortive raid on the Jaffna University on the night of Oct 11/12 1987 at the onset of IPKF operations in the Jaffna peninsula. High Commissioner Kantha was accompanied by his wife. The monument erected within the Palaly air base is the first of its kind built in memory of IPKF personnel attached to a particular unit, in this instance 10th Para Commando. At the conclusion of the formal ceremony, the Indian High Commissioner told the Jaffna press that the monument honored 13 personnel killed during the raid.


Attack on journalist: Police release sketches of suspectsTop News
[Sunday 2013-02-24 11:00]

Police headquarters on Saturday released to the media a sketched images of two suspects wanted in connection with the attack on the Sunday Leader journalist Faraz Shauketaly. Issuing a statement the Police said based on the description provided by Shauketaly, the artist of the crime division had drawn a picture supposedly fitting the description given of suspects. The Police also requested the public to provide any information regarding these suspects by calling the following phone Nos. 011-2662323 and 011-2738088.

Shauketaly was shot by unidentified armed men in Mt Lavinia on February 16 and he is still being treated for the injuries he sustained during the attack.


Indian High Commissioner pays tribute to IPKF memorial in Sri LankaTop News
[Sunday 2013-02-24 11:00]

The High Commissioner of India, Ashok K. Kantha Saturday paid tribute to the IPKF Memorial located at Palaly in Sri Lanka's Northern Province city of Jaffna. The High Commissioner accompanied by his wife Mrs. Sharmila Kantha is on a two-day visit to the Northern Province on February 23 and 24. Upon his arrival in Jaffna Kantha placed a wreath at the IPKF Memorial in Palaly. Consul General of India in Jaffna V. Mahalingam and Defence Adviser at High Commission of India in Colombo Captain Sumeet Kapoor also laid wreaths. Senior officers from the Sri Lankan Army also participated in the ceremony and Security Forces Commander, Jaffna Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe also laid a wreath at the Memorial. The IPKF Memorial at Palaly is in memory of the soldiers of the 10 Para Regiment of Indian Army who lost their lives during the IPKF (Indian Peace Keeping Force) operation in Northern Province between 1987 and 1989.


Karunanidhi slams Pranab
[Sunday 2013-02-24 11:00]

DMK president M. Karunanidhi, an ally of the Congress-led UPA at the Centre, on Saturday criticised the reference made by the President in his address to Parliament on improving ties with Sri Lanka. 'When the entire world has taken note of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa's dictatorial policies and condemned him as an international war criminal, I am not able to understand why the President in his address should talk about improving the country's relationship with Sri Lanka. When will India understand the man who sports a smiling face but harbours a heart full of poisonous vengeance?' he said in statement. Mr Karunanidhi said though the situation in Sri Lanka had reached such a pass that Chief Minister Jayalalithaa was 'shedding crocodile tears', President Pranab Mukherjee was trying to paper over the real problems faced by Tamils in the country.


UN urged to conduct inquiries into mass grave in Sri Lanka's Central Province
[Sunday 2013-02-24 11:00]

The United Nations Working Group on Enforced Disappearances has been urged to conduct a thorough inquiry into the mass grave unearthed recently in Matale, a town in Sri Lanka's Central Province. The Asian Legal Resource Centre (ALRC), an independent regional non-governmental organization in a written statement suggested the United Nations Working Group on Enforced Disappearances to study the situation and conduct inquiries into to the remains of the 200 or more persons found in the grave in Matale. According to the Consultant Judicial Medical Officer (JMO) of Matale Dr. Ajith Jayasena, skeletal remains of 154 people were found during excavations carried out from the 26th of November until the 12th of this month at the grave site in the premises of the Matale Hospital. Sri Lankan authorities say that the excavations have been completed and some preliminary tests have been conducted on the remains but the systematic forensic investigations of the remains to identify the era of the dead and their identities are still ongoing.


Eight injured after bus topples
[Sunday 2013-02-24 10:00]

Eight persons were injured and hospitalized after a private bus veered off the road and toppled in front of the Nagamaduwa Wewa in Wanathawilluwa last night. Police said the accident had occurred at around 8.20pm yesterday and that the injured, including the driver and conductor of the bus, were admitted to the Wanathawilluwa Hospital. However, they were later transferred to Puttalam Hospital for further treatment.


No compromise on more powers for Sri Lankan Tamils - Indian PM
[Saturday 2013-02-23 21:00]

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday reportedly stressed that there would be no compromise on Colombo's promise to implement the 13th Amendment of the Sri Lankan Constitution which provides more powers to Tamil areas in Sri Lanka's Northern and Eastern provinces. Dr. Singh thus assured a delegation of Congress MPs from Tamil Nadu in Parliament House on Friday. According to Congress Lok Sabha member from Cuddalore K.S. Alagiri, who was present at the meeting, the PM even quoted Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa as saying that his country would even implement '13 plus' (more than what was there in the amendment) for the welfare of Tamils. The 13th Amendment, prepared on the basis of the 1987 agreement signed by Rajiv Gandhi and J.R. Jayawardene (Indo-Sri Lanka Accord), devolves as many as 37 powers to the island nation's Northern and Eastern provinces. Largely drawing on the Indian federal set-up, it has three lists which detailed power-sharing between Colombo and the provinces. Broadly, it provided for a merger of and certain financial provisions of the two provinces. The provinces would have an elected council, a Chief Minister and Ministers.


Gota wants referendum for 13 Amendment
[Saturday 2013-02-23 21:00]

The Secretary to the Ministry of Defense Mr. Gotabhaya Rjapaksa has said that a referrundum be held on whether the 13th Amendment to the Constitution should be implemented or not. He has said that it is an accepted tradition in a democratic country to respect the opinion of the people and hence a referrundum should be held to find out whether the 13th Amendment should be implemented as it is or powers under which should be reduced or increased. He has stressed that if a referrundum in this connection is held the political parties and organizations could present their opinion to the people and it would provide the opportunity to find out the stand of the people. However, the Indian Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has emphasized that Sri Lanka government has promised to strengthen the 13th Amendment and nothing in the Amendment could be waived. The Indian Prime Minister has made this observation when he met a group of Tamil Nadu parliamentarians in New Delhi yesterday (22).


Report on SL handed over to BanTop News
[Saturday 2013-02-23 18:00]

An observation project report on Sri Lanka was handed over to UN Chief Ban Ki-moon at the UN Headquarters, New York on Friday, the Inner City Press reported, Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the United Nations Palitha Kohona and four other Permanent Representatives including Japan's Permanent Representative Tsuneo Nishida, who led the observation visit to Sri Lanka last December, have handed over the report. During the handing over event, Nishida told Ban that 'Sri Lanka is an important country' and 'this morning we would like to present our report,' the media report stated.

Meanwhile, in response to a question, the UN has said:

'The Secretary-General today (Friday) met with H.E. Mr. Tsuneo Nishida, Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations, together with other representatives (Bangladesh, Nigeria, Romania, Sri Lanka and Columbia University) who participated in a Observation Project visit to Sri Lanka in December 2012.

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