The younger sister of S. Romila holds her picture inside the family's home that Romila largely contributed to building. S Romila was a victim in the August 4, 2006 massacre at the Action Contre Faim (ACF) training centre in Mutur by which 17 mostly ethnic tamil employees of the French aid organization were forced to lie face down on the ground in a line next to one another and shot dead. S Romila was born in 1981 and was working as a hygene promotions officer for ACF.
TRINCOMALE; SRI LANKA; MAY 22, 2007
(Published: The New York Times; Jun 24 2007; "A Year After Massacre of Aid Workers, Sri Lanka Still Asks Who, When and Why?") (image by J. Adam Huggins)
The younger sister of S. Romila holds her picture inside the family's home that Romila largely contributed to building. S Romila was a victim in the August 4, 2006 massacre at the Action Contre Faim (ACF) training centre in Mutur by which 17 mostly ethnic tamil employees of the French aid organization were forced to lie face down on the ground in a line next to one another and shot dead. S Romila was born in 1981 and was working as a hygene promotions officer for ACF. TRINCOMALE; SRI LANKA; MAY 22, 2007 (Published: The New York Times; Jun 24 2007; "A Year After Massacre of Aid Workers, Sri Lanka Still Asks Who, When and Why?")
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