Will take action if report endorses human rights' violations in war against LTTE: Rajapakse

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Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse also told NDTV that if the reconciliation commission report endorses any human rights violation in the war against the Tamil tigers, the government will take action without shielding anyone.

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