Posted in Chemical Weapons, Civilian Casualties, Crossfire Deaths, Crossfire Injuries, Foreign Aid, Government, Health Care, Military, Mortars, Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, tagged civilian injuries, Crossfire Deaths, Crossfire Injuries, cyanide, Government, guerrillas, healthcare, human shields, innocent civilians, innocent victims, LTTE, Military, Mortars, NGOs, Shells, Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, Tamil Tigers, Terrorists, war victims on April 26, 2009 |
By The Sunday Times
A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Tamil girl with a severe leg injury was sharing a hospital bed yesterday with her elder sister, who had burns to her face. Their mother was dead and their father was in intensive care with a 50% chance of survival.
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