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Sri Lanka 'has nothing to hide'

President Mahinda Rajapaksa said Sri Lanka had nothing to hide and "will take our time and we will investigate into nearly 30 years of war." Meanwhile, David Cameron said he was "committed" to keeping up pressure on Sri Lanka.

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PM 'committed' to keeping up pressure on Sri Lanka

David Cameron said he was "committed" to keeping up the pressure on Sri Lanka over his calls for a new "credible, transparent and independent" war crimes investigation by March.

Speaking in Dubai after meeting the Red Arrows at an airshow, the Prime Minister said: "These issues are not solved by one visit, this is not a flash in the pan, it's a dialogue, a conversation, pressure that we need to keep-up over the longer term and I'm committed to doing that."

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