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The worst killing fields in Sri Lanka's civil war were the Tamil north. Ten years later, the man who ordered bombings there is frontrunner in the presidential election.

Sri Lanka’s Civil War Still Vivid As Voters Head To Polls For Presidential Election

By Lauren Frayer NPR
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