Sri Lanka marks truce anniversary, conflict rages on

COLOMBO, Feb 21, 2007 (AFP) - Sri Lankan government troops and Tamil Tiger rebels mark the fifth anniversary of their Norwegian-brokered truce this week but the fighting rages on, with nearly 4,000 people killed in the past year.
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The ceasefire, signed separately by the Tamil Tiger chieftain and Sri Lanka's then premier, came into effect on February 23, 2002.
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It led to direct negotiations and optimism that real peace would take hold after decades of bloodshed.

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However, six rounds of talks which started in September 2002 ended in March 2003. Attempts to revive them last year failed despite two face-to-face encounters in Switzerland.

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"We don't have a ceasefire today even though both sides have said they are committed to upholding it," said Sunanda Deshapriya, director of the private Centre for Policy Alternatives think-tank. "There is an undeclared war."

"There is no life left in this ceasefire. If at all, the parties will have to negotiate a fresh deal," Deshapriya added.

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Official military estimates show that nearly 4,000 people have been killed in a new wave of fighting over the last year after the guerrillas threatened a return to full-scale conflict unless they were offered a power-sharing deal.

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