Colombo

Churches in Colombo, Sri Lanka were closed after over 250 people were killed in suicide bombings on April 21.
Authorities said the militants detonated three explosives and opened fire during the raid.
The archbishop of Colombo and other religious leaders are cautioning Sri Lankans against attending worship services for the foreseeable future.
Colombo-based journalist Namini Wijedasa has recently penned a clear, thought-provoking piece about the current situation
Complaints about people abusing the media freedom that exists today? Criticizing journalists and NGOs? Perhaps Mr. Sirisena
Well, the TID has reportedly asked about me from at least one person they were interrogating recently. Beyond that, I don't
Over at Lawfare, I recently published an essay that looks at the plight of Tamil political prisoners and what that might
According to a group of Tamil human rights activists, Sri Lanka's incipient transitional justice process is deeply flawed. Several organizations have recently delivered a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon -- who just visited the war-torn island nation.
Sri Lankan police have recently uncovered ammunition, a suicide vest, and explosives in Chavakachcheri, a town in the country's
CCCC goes on to mention that it hopes this project will promote "Sri Lanka as the ultimate business and tourist destination