On May 17, 1998 the mayor of the northern Sri Lankan city of Jaffna was killed by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
On March 1, 1991 at least 30 people, including Sri Lanka’s Deputy Defence Minister were killed by a car bomb in Colombo.
On February 20, 2009 the LTTE tried to fly small light aircraft into military installations in and around Sri Lanka’s capital city, Colombo.
On January 27, 2007 a powerful bomb ripped through a post office in northern Sri Lanka, killing at least 10 people, including three soldiers
On December 31, 1984 the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam killed four youths who had refused to join the group.
On December 3, 1984 Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam terrorists massacred 11 Sinhalese villagers in the NE Sri Lankan village of Kokkilai.
On November 30, 1984 the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam entered two villages in NE Sri Lanka and massacred a total of 82 people, including women and children.
On October 24, 1994 a female LTTE suicide bomber killed Sri Lankan politician Gamini Dissanayake and 50 others.
What do we do when independence movements which are not seen, at least not yet, as terrorist groups start to venture down that road.
On September 18, 1988 LTTE terrorists hacked to death more than 50 men, women and children in the Gonagala settlement in the eastern part of Sri Lanka.