SLA shelling on Vaharai hospital triggers exodus
TamilNet, Friday, 19 January 2007, 06:02 GMT
Refugees killed in Vakarai
BBC Sinhala.com 08 January 2007
Four civilians were killed and at least another ten have sustained injuries as artillery shells fell in the Vakarai hospital compound on Monday.
Two civilians were killed on the spot and the third person has succumbed to injuries after admitting to the hospital
Troops confirmly denies firing the Vakarai Hospital
Monday, 08 January 2007
Sri Lankan Military forces vehemently deny the allegations fabricated by the pro-LTTE websites, saying that the Sri Lankan troops targeted the Vakarai Hospital and the innocent civilians within.
ICRC asks Sri Lanka to stop bombing Tamil Hospital
Friday, 19 January 2007
International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) requested the Sri Lankan armed forces to stop targeting the Vaharai Hospital in a statement released to the press on Thursday.
Vaharai Hospital has been the repeated target of artillery and rocket fire from Sri Lankan forces who are attempting to drive civilians out of the region and capture the area from the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).
VAHARAI UPDATE - Six civilians injured in Vaharai Hospital attack yet again ?UK Tamilnews.com
Three killed in Sri Lankan hospital bombing
Tuesday, 09 January 2007
Sri Lanka Army (SLA) fired artillery shells and multi-barrel rockets at the Vaharai Hospital in Batticaloa on Monday afternoon killing three patients and injuring dozens more.
SLA artillery attack on Vaharai kills 3 civilians, wounds 12 ( 08.01.07 )
Three civilian people were killed and 12 others were injured on Monday morning when Sri Lanka Army intensified artillery attack on Vaharai that hit the Vaharai hospital and civilian refuge where thousands of Internally Displaced Persons took shelter.
Hospital sources said the treatments of persons injured in the attack were hampered because of shortage of medicine in the Vaharai hospital
SL Army invites cameras to film the hospital at Vaharai
Edited By - Gunapala - 25 Jan 2007 10:10:12 GMT