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UN warns of worsening food crisis in Sri Lanka

UN agencies had estimated in June that 1.7 million out of the 22 million population in Sri Lanka required help

Sri Lankan cardinal hits country’s proposed Constitution for ignoring people

“If the Constitution … which was made without asking anyone's opinion, is implemented, it will be a shame for the country”

Bankrupt Sri Lanka’s deposed president ‘to return home’

Activists said they would press for Rajapaksa's arrest over a series of crimes, including his alleged role in the killing of a journalist

Sri Lanka’s priests, nuns express concern over ‘repression,’ possible arrest of...

1,640 Catholic priests, nuns, and brothers from 23 congregations called on the government to stop the "repression" of protesters

World Bank refuses new funding for bankrupt Sri Lanka

The World Bank said it was concerned about the impact of the crisis on Sri Lanka's people but was not ready to give funds

Sri Lanka’s Catholic Church leaders condemn ‘high-handed action’ of new president

Cardinal Ranjith hit President Wickremesinghe for acting "against the basic right of the people to protest, which is a democratic right"

Catholic nuns unite with diverse movement demanding change in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankans are experiencing one of the worst economic and political crises today, yet they enjoy an “unusual unity and brotherhood”

Philippine Catholic bishop appeals for help for Filipinos in Sri Lanka

“For their safety and their protection we support the repatriation of our Filipino nationals in Sri Lanka," said Bishop Ruperto Santos

New Sri Lanka president sworn in eyeing unity government

The new leader was expected to shortly form a cabinet to steer the country out of its worst economic crisis

New Sri Lanka leader vows tough line against troublemakers

Ranil Wickremesinghe said he will not bow to violence after winning a parliamentary vote to succeed Gotabaya Rajapaksa

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