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  1. COLOMBO War crime investigations backed by some Western countries and the United Nations will exacerbate the differences between Sri Lanka's two main ethnic groups instead of uniting ...

  2. COLOMBO, March 27 Sri Lanka's government wants a Chinese company to agree to cut its stake in a strategic port project by up to a quarter, as part of a renegotiation aimed at blunting ...

  3. Taskin Ahmed became the fifth Bangladesh bowler to claim a one-day hat-trick before incessant rain washed out the second match of the series against Sri Lanka in Dambulla on Tuesday.

  4. (Reuters) - Taskin Ahmed became the fifth Bangladesh bowler to claim a one-day hat-trick before incessant rain washed out the second match of the series against Sri Lanka in Dambulla ...

  5. Sri Lanka's government wants a Chinese company to agree to cut its stake in a strategic port project by up to a quarter, as part of a renegotiation aimed at blunting public and political ...

  6. COLOMBO Sri Lanka must make more progress toward meeting commitments to establishing a credible investigation into alleged war crimes during the country's civil war and enacting reforms ...

  7. Sri Lankan shares closedslightly stronger on Tuesday, recovering from a more thanone-year closing low hit in the previous session, as foreigninvestors bought battered stocks while block deals pushed theday's turnover to a one-month high.

  8. Sri Lanka's central bank could raise its key policy rates in the coming months if it skips a chance to tighten at its second monetary policy review of the year on Friday, a Reuters poll ...

  9. Australia, who lost five of their last six overseas tests against South Africa and Sri Lanka, faced the daunting task at the start of the series against an Indian outfit that were unbeaten ...

  10. OSLO The world must stop treating the oceans as a "waste swimming pool" for pollution, a senior U.N. official said on Friday at the debut in Oslo of a $65 million research ship to help developing ...

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