School shelled as 9 dead in fresh violence in Sri Lanka

Dec 7, 2006 (AFP) - At least seven civilians and two soldiers were killed in fresh violence in Sri Lanka hours after the government announced tough anti-terror laws to battle Tamil Tiger rebels, officials said.
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Three civilians were killed and 10 students were wounded when Tamil Tiger rebels shelled a school in the northeastern district of Trincomalee, the defence ministry said.

The ministry said four more civilians were killed by a mine in the northern peninsula of Jaffna on Wednesday, while the two troopers were also killed by a mine blast on Wednesday night in the northern district of Vavuniya.

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The main pipeline bringing water to the capital was also bombed by unidentified attackers on Wednesday night, police said, adding efforts were underway to restore supplies to thousands of homes.

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The latest violence came as the government brought in tough anti-terror laws aimed at strengthening its battle against the rebels.

Norwegian peace envoy Jon Hanssen-Bauer, who is visiting here, was expected to travel to the rebel-held north on Friday to meet with the guerrillas and discuss the faltering peace bid, diplomats said.

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The Tamil Tigers have been campaigning for independence for the island's minori

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