Questions Still Haunt Sri Lanka Aid Massacre
"But this story is not about that. It is about the little I know of what was at the time the bloodiest attack on the humanitarian community since a 2003 bomb attack on the United Nations Baghdad headquarters...In what Human Rights Watch describes as 'an extraordinary piece of investigation', they blame a Muslim home guard and two police constables for most of the killings. You can find the full report here ...But the raw questions remain, and just because they may well never now be answered, it does not mean they should not be."
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