30 (Xinhua-ANI): A Sri Lankan army court of inquiry is continuing its investigations into allegations raised against the military over its conduct during the final stages of the war against Tamil Tiger rebels, the army said Wednesday.
What does SLA stand for?
SLA stands for Sri Lankan Army
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Colombo: Ajantha Mendis' deadly spell against Zimbabwe on Tuesday night, when he took six wickets for eight runs at Hambantota -- the best ever figures in international Twenty20 cricket -- made the Sri Lankan Army very happy.
Devi's husband and Siva's father were allegedly killed by Sri Lankan army shelling during the final weeks of the war.
In an apparent response, the Sri Lankan army launched an assault deep into rebel territory, a ground battle that lasted for hours.
British relief agencies have distanced themselves from allegations by the Sri Lankan Army that a shipment of supplies, from the UK, was carrying potential bomb-making equipment bound for Tamil controlled areas.
Because of the civil war, I have had problems with the Sri Lankan Army and the Tamil Tigers.
After one recent battle, 6 of the 36 dead rebels whose bodies were picked up by the Sri Lankan army appear to have been girls between the ages of 12 and 16, according to an international official who inspected them.
The bullet-riddled body of a female TV anchor known as Issipriya was shown alongside men in Sri Lankan army uniform as they executed two naked blindfolded of the Committee to Protect Journalists said in a statement.