Commentary > Tamil nationalism in Sri Lanka defies state repression

All of this fit a familiar pattern: the destruction of Tamil memorials to those who died in the war, the arrests of organisers and harassment of participants at remembrance events, have continued year after year since the end of the war in 2009, and are intended to stamp out Tamil commemoration by increasing the risks of participation. Photo: IMAGO / Xinhua

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