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Displaced people from uncleared areas take a breather at a transsit point

Tigers attack fleeing civilians

** Mass exodus from Mullaitivu

** Nearly 6000 civilians cross over on a single day

As the LTTE domination in the North is shrinking into a mere 96 square km, over 5,593 civilians, who were kept as hostages by the LTTE terrorists have crossed over to liberated areas from the Suthandrapuram and Puthukudiyirippu in Mullaitivu amidst heavy beating and shooting by the LTTE, during the last 48 hours.

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Fate of Soosai not known

Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) fighter jets bombed an LTTE complex used by the Sea Tiger leader Soosai as his command post situated one kilometre northeast of Puthukudiyiruppu junction.

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Puthukuduyiruppu awaits final battle

Civilian exodus towards Security Forces controlled areas:

Apparently Liberation Tigers were in no mood to liberate the Tamil population. Though they were given 48 hours to let go the civilians, they made use of that time to regroup and fight back to recapture the areas lost to the troops.

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