|Bomb explosion in Maradana - Colombo (Friday 06, March 1998 - Daily News)
Thirty two (32) persons were killed and another 252 were wounded, when a powerful bomb in a private bus was detonated near the Maradana Junction on the Maradana Road, around 12.40 pm, 05, March 1998, police said. The overhead bridge at Maradana, connecting T.B. Jayah Mawatha (Darley Road), with Panchikawatte, was also damaged in the explosion. Several shops in an around the area were also damaged.
|Bomb explosion in Kandy (Monday 26, January 1998 - Daily News)
EXTENSIVE damage has been caused to the Dalada Maligawa building, due to a heavy explosion which took place at 6.10 am Sunday opposite the main entrance to the Dalada Maligawa causing death of eight (8) persons and injuring about 25 others.
|Terrorist attack in the Fort (October 16, 1997 - Daily News)
TERRORISTS exploded a powerful truck bomb in the car park of Galadari Hotel, Fort causing extensive damage to several buildings and part of the Secretariat building in the Fort. According to police the canter lorry was transporting `rice' to Galadari Hotel. Following the explosion 12 persons were killed and 113 injured.
| Death toll in train blast rises to 78 (July 24, 1996 - Daily News)
Two powerful bombs ripped through the Aluthgama-bound evening slow train at the Dehiwala railway station around 6.10 p.m. on Wednesday, killing at least 70 people and injuring more than 400, 60 of them seriously.
| Two powerful bombs ripped through the Aluthgama train (July 24, 1996 - Daily News) |
Railway workers now firmly believe that the bombs were loaded at the Fort Station and the perpetrators alighted at the Wellawatte Station.
|The body of a pregnant woman killed in Central Bank bomb blast Jan., 1996.|
|At least 100 persons are believed to have been killed and 750 wounded in a truck bomb explosion suspected to have been set off by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in Colombo's city center of Fort at about 10.50 a.m. Wednesday. The explosion, aimed at the Central Bank Headquarters at Jandhipathi Mawatha, housing the President's House and the Navy Headquarters in addition to several other banks and key buildings, devastated the buildings on a stretch of road about 200 yards|
| The women suicide bomber(Saturday 06, July 1996 - Daily News)|
The head of the women suicide bomber who was decapitated in Thursday's attack on a Minister's convoy at Stanley Road, Jaffna, in which nearly 25 were killed and 50 injured. Her head and parts of her torso were brought to the JMO s office in Colombo. Her identity has not yet been established.
| MASSACRE OF CIVILIANS BY TIGERS(13/06/96 - Daily News)|
Eight members of the same family were among the 14 civilians, including women and children who were hacked to death by over 200 tigers who stormed a Sinhala village 16 miles off Puttalam on Monday midnight. The Tigers also burnt down several houses. The picture shows some of the charred bodies and a house torched by the Tigers..
|Suicide bombers kill 17 and injure 59 in Colombo(11/12/95 - Daily News)|
Fourteen civilians and three Security Forces personnel were killed and 59 persons were injured on Sunday morning when two Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) suicide bombers blew themselves up during an abortive attack on the Army Headquarters complex in Colombo.
|Sri Lankans in Washington DC Counter protested against LTTE demonstration (1995) in front of the White House|
|The LTTE was deprived of yet another stock of war material last week when the Navy's 'Operation Dragnet' intercepted a Tiger supply vessel and sunk it in a joint Navy and Air Force attack. Picture shows the vessel burning fiercely at sea off Mullaitivu before it sank(01/18/96 - Sunday Observer).|
| Anti-LTTE protest in London (02/25/96 - Sunday Observer)
Demonstrators carrying anti-LTTE placards protest in London as a memorandum calling for the closure of the LTTE office in London is handed over to an official at No. 10 Downing Street.
|Massive anti-tiger demo in Washington D.C. US urged to help peace process; ban LTTE fund raising. SEVERAL hundred Sri Lankan expatriates from across the United States held a peaceful demonstration in front of the White House on Saturday to denounce the continuing terrorism of the LTTE and to urge the Clinton administration to help the peace process in Sri Lanka.|