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  • Poster campaign in Hatton demanding wage increase - (The All Ceylon Estate Workers Union has launched a poster campaign demanding that the daily wages of estate workers be increased to Rs. 1281. The campaign has been launched in Hatton. )
  • TM Dilshan speaks - (Former Sri Lankan all-rounder T.M. Dilshan has said that he regrets the decision to quit while he still had the opportunity to play for the country. He made this statement while speaking to the Hiru news division. He added that he was willing to contribute... )
  • President opens first concrete protective fence to prevent elephants - (President Maithripala Sirisena opened the first concrete protective fence from elephants in Trincomalee. The fence is located at Gomarankadawala and is 30 km in length. )
  • US ready to restart negotiations with North Korea - (US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he is ready to restart negotiations with Pyongyang, with the aim of denuclearising North Korea by 2021. Discussions between the two sides had stalled following a broad-strokes agreement made earlier this year. But... )
  • High wind speeds along Northern and Eastern coasts - (The Met Department has warned that wind speeds along the coasts of Hambantota, Pothuvil and Batticaloa would increase up to 65 kmph. In addition, wind speeds would increase up to 50 kmph along Mannar towards Kankesanthurai. )