British embassy in Argentina attacked; An effigy of Prince William burned.
According to the foreign reports,the British embassy in Argentina was attacked during the demonstrations held in Buenos Aires to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Falkland War, yesterday.An extremist group who believes that, the Falkland Island should be recaptured by Argentina, is suspected to be behind this attack.Foreign media reports say that,the demonstrators  smashed through the protective barriers and attacked the embassy.
Remonstrating against the British invasion on an island belongs to their country,they have set fire on the British flag and an effigy of Prince William.
Leader of this extremist group, called ‘Quebracho’,has said that, British Monarchy is directly responsible for this invasion.
The Falkland Island which was a British colony since the imperialist regime, was captured by the Argentinian forces in 1982. The British army has invaded the island again and driven away the Argentinian forces. 
 

c-city

Hot news

A fire had burst out at the Mattegoda Army detachment.It is learnt the fire had broke out from an explosion in the room where arms were stored.The fire  

It has been revealed by the Police that the four people who died of lightening in Deniyaya, Morawaka had been as they had been returning in the rain after plucking tea leaves and one of them had been speaking via a mobile phone.The Police had warned not to use mobiles when it is lightening.

The UNP’s member of Parliament for Kandy district  and  a Member of the Leadership Council  Lakshmen Kiriella at a media briefing at the headquarters of the party ‘Sirikotha’ had said that this is the first time a High Commissioner had been subjected to an assault in the history of this nation.He had said the President […]

The President has invited the UNP Member of Parliament Member of Parliament, and Chief Organiser of the party, John Amaratunga to join his team to visit Vatican to invite Pope officially for his visit to Sri Lanka in mid January.

It is reported that owing to striking of lightening four people in Morawaka area had died and one person had been hospitalised.