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November 11, 1995 | Reuters
Two bombs exploded at the entrance to Sri Lanka's army headquarters today, killing at least nine people and wounding two, witnesses said. Two children were among the dead or wounded. Gunshots were also fired at the heavily fortified base on the capital's seafront. Witnesses said some of the shots were being fired from the grounds of the five-star Taj Samudra Hotel.
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November 11, 1995 | Reuters
Two bombs exploded at the entrance to Sri Lanka's army headquarters today, killing at least nine people and wounding two, witnesses said. Two children were among the dead or wounded. Gunshots were also fired at the heavily fortified base on the capital's seafront. Witnesses said some of the shots were being fired from the grounds of the five-star Taj Samudra Hotel.
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July 7, 1987 | Associated Press
Tamil separatist guerrillas blew up a Sri Lankan army camp on the Jaffna peninsula Monday and killed at least 20 soldiers, the government reported. Rebels based in India claimed that more than 100 died. Local journalists and military officials said 27 soldiers were killed. Conflicting reports on the number killed could not be independently verified. Both rebel and security forces are known to exaggerate or minimize casualty claims for propaganda purposes.
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July 7, 1987 | Associated Press
Tamil separatist guerrillas blew up a Sri Lankan army camp on the Jaffna peninsula Monday and killed at least 20 soldiers, the government reported. Rebels based in India claimed that more than 100 died. Local journalists and military officials said 27 soldiers were killed. Conflicting reports on the number killed could not be independently verified. Both rebel and security forces are known to exaggerate or minimize casualty claims for propaganda purposes.
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