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Hotels in Unawatuna demolished

A Sri Lankan police officer looks on near a demolished illegally built Sri Lankan hotel that was bulldozed in the southern town of Unawatuna on December 13, 2011       AFP PHOTO

Ceylontoday, 2011-12-14 09:05:00
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Hotels in Unawatuna demolished

A Sri Lankan police officer looks on near a demolished illegally built Sri Lankan hotel that was bulldozed in the southern town of Unawatuna on December 13, 2011. Sri Lanka is experiencing a boom in tourism after security forces crushed the Tamil Tiger rebels in May 2009, ending 37-years of ethnic bloodshed. Tourist arrivals have risen to a record 758,458 from January to November this year, which is 33.1 percent more than the same figures reported in 2010. AFP PHOTO




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