1. The ‘Bleak’ State of Rule of Law in Sri Lanka
2. War crimes in Sri Lanka have been ignored too long
3. No Fire Zone
4. Frederica Jansz: Sri Lanka’s media crackdown
5. Still Conting the Dead – By Frances Harrison
6. Sri Lanka still unsafe – Australia ABC Dateline
7. UN Officers Phillipe Duamelle, Neil Buhne, Andy Brooks and Amin Awad named in a Report
8. Australian Federal Police evaluate War Crime allegation against Dr Palitha Kohana
9. Lawsuit filed against Sri Lankan Army General
10. Ministry of Defence propaganda film “Lies Agreed Upon” misses the point
11. Panel of experts finds credible reports of war crimes during Sri Lanka conflict – UN
12. Australia left wanting when allegations of war crimes arise
13. Report of the UNSG’s panel of experts on accountability in Sri Lanka – Executive Summary
14. Sri Lanka: Account for Wartime Disappearances – HRW
15. WiKiLeaks 15th May 2009 – pressure needed to be put on the Sri Lankan government to limit the harm caused to civilians
16. WikiLeaks 29th Jan 2009 – “”safe zone”” is not functioning as a safe zone
17. WiKi Leaks – 25th Apr 2009 : Beijing was looking for a special relationship with Colombo
18. Internet Enemies – Sri Lanka
19. UN: 5,000 Tamils are held off-limits in Sri Lanka
20. Amnesty International Calls on Sri Lankan Government to Act on Enforced Disappearance
21. Vanni Narratives. The exposure to massive, existential trauma resulted in the tearing of the social fabric described here as collective trauma.By Dr. Daya Somasundaram
22. WikiLeaks – US embassy cable (12 June 2007) : Human rights abuses by Tamil Tigers
23. WikiLeaks – US embassy cable (18 May 2007) : Sri Lankan government accused of complicity in human rights abuses
24. Sri Lanka: Army Unit 53rd Division Linked to Executions : HRW
25. Sri Lankan war crimes suspect gets post as representative to U.N. – Washington Times
26. US embassy cables: Rajapaksa shares responsibility for 2009 Sri Lankan massacre
27. European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights – Study on Criminal Accountability in Sri Lanka as of January 2009, June 2010
28. Sri Lanka: Beyond Lawful Constraints – The International Commission of Jurists
29. Death toll at the end of the Sri Lankan conflict was 30,000 to 40,000 – GORDON WEISS
30. Uncovering Sri Lanka’s war crimes – Peter Bouckaert, Director, Emergencies, HRW
32. Satellite Imagery Evidence Showing Sri Lanka Military “Purposely or Intentionally” Targeted PTK Hospital – TAG
33. Probe into disappearances and abductions in Sri Lanka found 1,830 missing
34. Sri Lanka: US War Crimes Report Details Extensive Abuses – HRW
35. Sri Lanka fails to meet Human Rights thresholds for GSP+ says EU Report
36. Sri Lanka: Government Breaks Promises That Displaced Can Go Home – HRW
37. Sri Lankan IDPs: United Nations Media Release 29-9-09 at end of UN Rep on Human Rights of IDPs visit
38. 24th Sept 2009 – Sri Lanka: Health situation in Vavuniya district
39. ICRC deplores misleading public use of its confidential findings on disappearances by Sri Lanka
40. Sri Lankan army clashes with detainees – Amnesty International
41. Fear of being accused of war crimes: SL Defence Ministry calls state media to hand over all material on Vanni operation
42. Sri Lankan court jails Tamil journalist Tissanayagam who criticised war for 20 years
43. Sri Lanka: UN rights expert calls for probe into video of alleged executions
44. Satellite Image Analysis to Establish Sri Lanka’s War Crimes – TAG
45. Sri Lanka: Execution Video Shows Need for International Inquiry – HRW
46. Video evidence of extra-judicial executions in Sri Lanka – JDS
47. Winners are never tried for war crimes – Palitha Kohona, Sri Lankan Permanent Representative to UN
48. A View from Behind the Barbed Wire Camps in Sri Lanka- by A Canadian UNHCR worker
49. AAAS Satellite Image Analysis Points to New Graves, Shelling, and Human Displacement in Sri Lanka
50. Sri Lanka: Free Civilians From Detention Camps – Human Rights Watch
51. Sri Lanka: End of conflict brings no respite to children from human rights abuses
52. Sri Lanka: Statements by detained doctors underline need for independent inquiry