Sri Lankan Separatists Making Last Stand?

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Human Rights Watch says one of the most dangerous places on earth these days is a tiny sliver of land in Northeastern Sri Lanka. That's where a Tamil separatist group is holed up, along with tens of thousands of civilians. The LTTE is considered a terrorist group by the U.S. government.

Sri Lanka's foreign minister made the rounds in Washington Friday, saying he thinks the Sri Lankan government will soon defeat the group.



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