LTTE attacks NGO in Sri Lanka; three injured

Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels threw hand grenades at the office of a non-governmental organisation in eastern Sri Lanka.
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Updated on May 24, 2006 05:38 PM IST
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Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels threw hand grenades at the office of a non-governmental organisation in eastern Sri Lanka on Sunday, wounding three people including one Serbian aid worker, police and a representative for the group said.

Atis Hamid, a team worker for Non-violent peace force in Sri Lanka, said one Serbian aid worker and two passers-by were injured in the attack on the group's office in the eastern city of Trincomalee.

Hamid said he did not know the conditions of those wounded.

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