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Sri Lanka names suspects in killings of Red Cross workers
Associated Press, Fri August 17, 2007 14:13 EDT . - - COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - (AP) Suspects in the deaths of two Red Cross workers have been identified, Sri Lanka's government said Friday, announcing a reward for information on the alleged ringleader's whereabouts. The two workers S. Shanmugalingam and K. Chandramohan, residents of Sri Lanka's eastern Batticaloa district had been in the capital, Colombo, for a workshop in early June. Colleagues said they were at a train station on their way home when they were taken away by men who claimed to be police.
The two were later found dead with gunshot wounds to the head, about 95 kilometers (60 miles) from Colombo.
The government has offered 1 million rupees (US$9,000 euro6,600) for any clue leading to the arrest of Vivekananthan, who has been in hiding since the killings, the statement said.
Both Shanmugalingam and Chandramohan were ethnic Tamils, a minority group on whose behalf the separatist Tamil Tiger rebels claim to fight.
The government says suspected gang ringleader, Vivekananthan, is also a Tamil and a Batticaloa resident.