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Gareth Bale rode to Wales’ rescue once again as the captain’s late penalty salvaged a draw against the United States in his country’s first World Cup game for 64 years. Wales were listless and overrun in a first half dominated by a vibrant USA team, who led as Tim Weah finished smartly after a surging […]

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Twitter has told employees that the company’s office buildings will be temporarily closed, effective immediately. In a message seen by the BBC, workers were told that the offices would reopen on Monday 21 November. It did not give a reason for the move. The announcement comes amid reports

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Twitter has told employees that the company's office buildings will be temporarily closed, effective immediately.The post Elon Musk: Twitter closes offices until next week appeared first on Sri Lanka News - Latest Breaking News in Sri Lanka - ONLANKA News.

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The violent attack on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s husband comes with just over a week to go before the US midterm elections – a moment when political tensions are coming to the boil. As if to emphasise this point, just a few hours after news of the assault on Paul Pelosi on Friday, […]

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Tens of thousands of civilians and Russian-appointed officials are being moved out of Ukraine’s southern Kherson region ahead of a Ukrainian offensive, says the Russia-installed local leader. Vladimir Saldo said all Russian-appointed departments and ministries would cross the Dnieper river. Some 50-60,000 civilians would also leave in an “organised, gradual displacement”, he said...

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Jazeera, where he had worked for 16 years, began speaking out. A BBC investigation […]

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Let no man posture as an advocate of peace if he proposes or supports any social system that initiates the use of force against individual men in any form. Ayn Rand. Does that apply to our President minus the common man’s vote? When he accepted the invitation to be President by poised-to-flee Prez Gotabaya Rajapaksa, […]

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China’s zero covid policy has resulted in the oppression of the masses and hit their manufacturing sector hard, as lockdowns tighten. With some 15,000 new covid cases reported on a daily basis, the Chinese Government has imposed lockdowns on its two major cities of Shanghai and Beijing. Both Shanghai and Beijing are two major production […]

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(Srilankamirror) - Questioning the arrest of an Indian nun over a baby farm allegation, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has decided to boycott all government functions in protest over the incident. The Colombo archbishop told the media that he has serious questions over the conduct of the National Child Protection Authority, police and the media regarding the charge against ‘Prem Nivasa’...

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British Prime Minister David Cameron urged Sri Lanka on Sunday to make progress on human rights before it hosts the next Commonwealth leaders meeting in 2013 to prevent the likelihood of boycotts, AFP reported. Cameron said he pressed President Mahendra Rajapaske during this year's Commonwealth heads of government meeting in Australia to show that Colombo did not "have things to hide" fol...

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The UK vs. Wijesinha By Vimukthi Yapa The British High Commission in Colombo last week told The Sunday Leader they had no idea what ‘note’ UPFA MP Prof. Rajiva Wijesinha was talking about when he told the BBC Sinhala Sandeshaya Service that the former defence attaché at the BHC had handed

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The BBC Sinhala Service, in asking for comments on the 2010 US Report on Human Rights in Sri  Lanka, gave me little notice, and suggested I could just glance through the synopsis with which the report began. As it happened, I was able to look through some of the rest, which was good, because I ...

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By a special correspondent Exclusive to BBC Sinhala service The alert and watchful eyes of weary soldiers scanned every vehicle passing through the checkpoints. Broken, torn buildings tower over the tiny UNHCR tents on the gardens and court yards. Hanging...

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HARDtalk - Sri Lanka Part 1 - The Tamils and the North: Hardtalk on the road in Sri Lanka: In May 2009, after almost 30 years of civil war, Sri Lanka's government announced its defeat of the separatist Liberation Tigers...

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