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Jagath Jayasuriya, Sri Lanka's ambassador to Brazil and other South American nations.He is accused of overseeing military units that attacked hospitals and killed, disappeared and tortured thousands of people at the end of the war.
Many Tamils contend that the government continues to target them as part of a larger plan to destroy their culture.
Upon the ambassador's return to Sri Lanka, President Maithripala Sirisena vowed that neither Jayasuriya nor any other "war hero" would face prosecution -- a pledge that rights groups said illustrates the government's refusal to investigate its own soldiers accused of war crimes.
Nevertheless, Sri Lanka's international profile is on the rise. peacekeeping missions and was recently asked to sit on a U. leadership committee trying to combat sexual abuse. is unable to confirm this until we mount an investigation, clearly the reports are horrifying and merit a much closer inspection from our part, especially if they occurred in 20," said Zeid, the U. The International Truth and Justice Project has gathered testimony from more than 60 Sri Lankans across Europe -- 52 of whom were part of the AP's investigation.
"It made us really scared the first day but then we got used to it because we heard screaming all the time." Raped, branded or beaten repeatedly, more than 50 men from the Tamil ethnic minority seeking political asylum in Europe say they were abducted and tortured under Sri Lanka's current government.
The previously unpublished accounts conjure images of the country's bloody civil war that ended in 2009 -- not the palm-fringed paradise portrayed by the government.
The government's forces were accused of targeting civilians, which is considered a war crime under international law.