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"If a soldier has raped a woman, he should be court martialed, no doubt about it. Allegations are just allegations." Dias led an army division whose troops were accused of attacking civilians and bombing a church, a hospital and other humanitarian outposts in 2009, during the fierce last months of Sri Lanka's civil war.
He flatly denied the allegations, telling the AP that his 57th Division only targeted areas where rebels were firing on the troops.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — The general sat on a plastic lawn chair in the garden of his mother's home, the scent of tropical blooms filling the air as he talked about the alleged rape and sodomy of a Haitian teenager by a Sri Lankan peacekeeper. He may not have been the best choice for that job — Dias had been accused of atrocities in his own country's vicious civil war.
The alleged abuses committed by its troops abroad stem from a culture of impunity that arose during Sri Lanka's civil war and has seeped into its peacekeeping missions. has deployed thousands of peacekeepers from Sri Lanka despite these unresolved allegations of war crimes at home. Sri Lankan officials will have "to certify in writing that (they're) not aware of any allegations against any unit member having been involved in the commission of any acts that amount to violations of international human rights law or international humanitarian law," he said. Congolese troops also have been accused of war crimes during their own longstanding war. needs troops," Annan told the AP earlier this month.
She described another of her tormentors, who was brought into the room she shared with four other girls.
"He was asked to take his pick," she told the International Truth and Justice Project, which issued a 57-page report in March documenting the alleged torture or rape of 43 people, some as recently as December. And took me to another room and raped me." She identified him from a series of photographs of soldiers. The woman asked to remain anonymous for fear of retribution. "The only ones who offered soldiers were the Sri Lankans," he said. ambassador to Sri Lanka from 2006 to 2009, was one of many officials who pressed the Sri Lankan government for more transparency about the war crimes allegations.
N.'s acceptance of Dias as an investigator, a spokesman said the U. was working with the Sri Lankan government on enhanced screening for prospective peacekeepers. Over the course of three years, another child said he had sex with more than 100 Sri Lankan peacekeepers, averaging about four a day.
The allegations of sexual abuse by Sri Lankan peacekeepers echo those of the country's generation-long civil war against the ethnic Tamil rebel group, known as the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, which was fighting for an independent homeland in the island nation's north and east.