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Whenever reports of widespread casualties due to military operations appeared in the press, the army continued to accuse the Tamil Tigers of using civilians as human shields. I cling on to life just to look after my little daughter."Her story mirrors that of many other women in the border villages.Saroja's mother M Manulawathie said her life was ruined by the war. One study by FOKUS Women, an international resource centre studying women's issues, said in 2015 that about 57 per cent of women in border villages lost their partners either directly or indirectly due to the war.This attack was not unusual during the war and all ethnic groups suffered as a result.Just months after the bombing in Saroja's village, the Tamil Tigers said the Sri Lankan army killed at least 45 civilians in another border village, Vakarai, in the country's east.She now goes to school full time with the help of an NGO called Room to Read."I re-joined school as soon as I could in year three, and even sat for a scholarship," she said."When we learnt that the war was over we were really happy and though we might finally be able to complete our education."Because the war is over we don't have to think about it all the time and we can concentrate on our studies.I'm studying to qualify as a teacher."Ara is 18, a Tamil Muslim who moved to the capital Colombo from Puttalam, a town close to the border which became a refugee centre for thousands of Muslims who formerly lived in border villages sandwiched between LTTE ambushes and retaliations by government forces.Our intention is to give the maximum privacy and security.However we have no control since you link each other by public chat lines.
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