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Sri Lanka hits back after suicide attack, talks in balance

Oct 17, 2006 (AFP) - Sri Lankan war planes hit Tamil Tiger targets Tuesday, a day after a suicide bombing killed more than 100 people and derailed efforts to save a collapsing peace process.
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The rebels and the government had agreed to hold October 28-29 peace talks in Switzerland before Sri Lanka's worst-ever suicide attack on Monday left at least 103 people dead and 150 more wounded, most of them sailors.
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The talks are now in jeopardy, but Norway's special envoy Jon Hanssen-Bauer and the Sri Lankan government's top peace negotiator Nimal Siripala de Silva met Tuesday and discussed a possible agenda for the negotiations.

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Even as diplomatic efforts continued to keep the process on track, the Sri Lankan military was launching retaliatory attacks with air force raids on two Tiger sea bases and a Tiger military camp.

"It is believed that the air strikes had inflicted heavy damages to terrorists," the defence ministry said.

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The rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) said Israeli-built Kfir jets bombed their "Voice of Tigers" radio transmitting tower, but insisted the station would not go off the air.

A government statement said that de Silva, who is also the health mini

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