FROM Jeffrey Lunstead
Sri Lankan Rebel Group Routed, Leader Killed The Army of Sri Lanka, the island nation off the southeast tip of India, has killed the leader of one of the world's deadliest guerilla armies. The Tamil Tigers invented the suicide belt and murdered many public officials, including India's former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Jeffrey Lunstead is a former Ambassador to Sri Lanka, now a Visiting Professor of South Asian Studies at Middlebury College in Vermont.
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