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Int'l Workers' Day

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Foreigners, including Sri Lankans residing in Lebanon take part in a cultural parade and festival to celebrate International Workers' Day and to call for an end to Lebanon's sponsorship system for migrant domestic workers in the Lebanese capital Beirut on April 29, 2012. AFP





 
 

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-6+12 # wicks 2012-04-30 18:17
apo apey Lankawa kumari lagy lassana balapala...Pls Stop Sending maids to over seas at least hereafter
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-0+3 # concerned 2012-04-30 23:39
Very sad to say that these hard working sri lankans in the photos can freely speak out, perhaps only in certain countries,but have to leave their motherland to work.
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-0+6 # Lal.Fernando. 2012-05-01 04:05
These hard working people are the back bone of Sri Lanka.Their remitences keep the country moving.Please take care of them, they just want a better life for their families.The Sri Lankan government should make sure that these people are not abused in the foreign land.
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-1+1 # Saraa Goyya 2012-05-01 13:33
Are they being abused? But for sure, they are abusing the SACRED Buddhist Flag.
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