Tamils yet to find peace in post-war Sri Lanka

07/13/2009 | NYTimes.com

Initial relief regarding the end of hostilities has been replaced by impatience for hundreds of thousands of ethnic Tamils still housed in camps two months after the Sri Lanka government declared victory. Sri Lankan officials continue to limit access to the camps for human-rights investigators and politicians as they screen the camp populations for Tamil Tiger rebels.

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