C.V.Wigneswaran, Chief Minister candidate from the Tamil National Alliance, talks to foreign media as he arrives for an interview at his party office in Jaffna, about 400 kilometers (249 miles) north ... more 
C.V.Wigneswaran, Chief Minister candidate from the Tamil National Alliance, talks to foreign media as he arrives for an interview at his party office in Jaffna, about 400 kilometers (249 miles) north of Colombo, September 22, 2013. Sri Lanka's main ethnic minority Tamil party secured a landslide victory in a provincial poll that has threatened to rekindle animosity between the government and Tamils, four years after the military crushed separatist rebels and ended a 26-year war.The Tamil National Alliance (TNA), the former political proxy of the defeated Tamil Tiger rebels, won 30 seats in the 38-member provincial council in the former northern war zone, election officials said on Sunday. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) less 
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