Sri Lanka: 2000 civilians feared killed in one night


More than 2,000 civilians were slaughtered by Sri Lankan Army shelling on the night of May 9, reported.

Medical sources in Vanni told "Dead bodies are scattered everywhere, 814 wounded managed to reach the makeshift hospital [in Mu'l'li-vaaykkaal] up to 9.25am."
The makeshift hospital, which operates in a former junior school, has itself been shelled several times.

"Every kind of lethal weapon [including] internationally banned cluster shells … were used," reported.

"The SLA usually chooses weekends for its massacres to minimise international attention."

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