UN RIGHTS CHIEF TOURS SRI LANKA AFTER ABUSE CLAIMS

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COLOMBO: The United Nations top rights official begins a fact-finding mission to Sri Lanka on Sunday after the government dropped public hostility towards her and promised access to former war zones. Navi Pillay, who has previously been accused by Colombo of overstepping her mandate, is on a week-long mission that will include talks with President Mahinda Rajapakse and trips to the former war zones in the north and east.

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