Commonwealth summit begins amid allegations of human rights violations by Sri Lanka

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  • Published On: November 15, 2013
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Will the 2013 Commonwealth summit in Colombo be a test of the multilateral grouping's commitment to its core values of democracy, human rights and the eradication of poverty across all its member states?

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