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A Sri Lankan soldier stands guard next to a poster of Freedom Party presidential candidate Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapakse during a joint party election rally organised by the Rajapakse-backed Marxist People's Liberation Front (Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna) in Colombo, Sri Lanka, September 20, 2005. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi

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Nice one REMOV /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif. Good to see you here as well /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif.
 

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Police commandos patrol the streets of the capital Colombo, 29 September 2005 as part of stepped up security ahead of the presidential elections due to be held on the Indian Ocean island in November. The new police unit has been deployed following the 12 August 2005 assassination of Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar in the capital. AFP PHOTO/Sena VIDANAGAMA/aj

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Police commandos check a vechile in the capital Colombo, 29 September 2005 as part of stepped up security ahead of the presidential elections due to be held on the Indian Ocean island in November. The new police unit has been deployed following the 12 August 2005 assassination of Foreign Minister Lakshman Kadirgamar in the capital. AFP PHOTO/Sena VIDANAGAMA/aj

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Sri Lankan Prime Minister and presidential candidate of the ruling coalition government Mahinda Rajapakse (R) is escort by an armed soldier during the opening ceremony of new water supply projects as part of his election campaign at Nalagama village in Hambanthota, Southern Sri Lanka on October 5, 2005. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi

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Colombo, SRI LANKA: A Sri Lankan commando unit soldier keeps guard inside the main hospital in Colombo, 26 June 2006 as Army's Armed Corps Unit Major General Parami Kulathunga and two other army soldiers dead bodies were admitted. A suspected Tamil Tiger suicide bomber assassinated a top Sri Lankan army general just outside Colombo, dealing another blow to the island's faltering peace process, officials said. Major General Parami Kulatunga, the number three in the army, was driving along the main highway when his car was hit in an explosion that killed three others and wounded six more, police said. AFP PHOTO/Sanka VIDANAGAMA (Photo credit should read SANKA VIDANAGAMA/AFP/Getty Images)

Colombo, SRI LANKA: A Sri Lankan commando unit soldier keeps guard inside the main hospital in Colombo, 26 June 2006 as Army's Armed Corps Unit Major General Parami Kulathunga and two other army soldiers dead bodies were admitted. A suspected Tamil Tiger suicide bomber assassinated a top Sri Lankan army general just outside Colombo, dealing another blow to the island's faltering peace process, officials said. Major General Parami Kulatunga, the number three in the army, was driving along the main highway when his car was hit in an explosion that killed three others and wounded six more, police said. AFP PHOTO/Sanka VIDANAGAMA (Photo credit should read SANKA VIDANAGAMA/AFP/Getty Images)

PANNIPITIYA, SRI LANKA: A Sri Lankan police commando stands near the wreckage of Army Major General Parami Kulatunga's car after it was hit by a suicide bomber 26 June 2006 at Pannipitiya, a suburb of Colombo. A suspected Tamil Tiger suicide bomber assassinated a top Sri Lankan army general just outside Colombo, dealing another blow to the island's faltering peace process, officials said. Major General Parami Kulatunga, the number three in the army, was driving along the main highway when his car was hit in an explosion that killed three others and wounded six more, police said. AFP PHOTO/Lakruwan WANNIARACHCHI (Photo credit should read LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI/AFP/Getty Images)

PANNIPITIYA, SRI LANKA: Sri Lankan policemen and security personnel stand near the wreckage of Army Major General Parami Kulatunga's car after it was hit by a suicide bomber 26 June 2006 at Pannipitiya, a suburb of Colombo. A suspected Tamil Tiger suicide bomber assassinated a top Sri Lankan army general just outside Colombo, dealing another blow to the island's faltering peace process, officials said. Major General Parami Kulatunga, the number three in the army, was driving along the main highway when his car was hit in an explosion that killed three others and wounded six more, police said. AFP PHOTO/Lakruwan WANNIARACHCHI (Photo credit should read LAKRUWAN WANNIARACHCHI/AFP/Getty Images)
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You're welcome, Lost. :cool:
 

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You're welcome too, UDT. :cool:
 

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A Sri Lankan army soldier stands guard during the funeral ceremony of Sri Lankan army Maj. Gen. Parami Kulatunga, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, Wednesday June 28, 2006. Kulatunga, the third highest ranking officer in Sri Lanka's military was killed on June 26, by a suspected Tamil rebel suicide bomber. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
 

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Nice pic's He, 'specially the first one! :D
 

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Sri Lankan elite Special Task Force (STF) police commandos search an auto rickshaw for explosives near Independence Square in Colombo, 05 July 2007, amid fears of more rebel attacks. Tamil Tiger rebels commemorated the 20th anniversary of their first-ever suicide bombing by honouring 322 fighters who have staged such deadly attacks. The suicide attacks by the rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) started when a guerrilla known as Captain Miller drove a truck bomb into soldiers killing 40 in the Jaffna peninsula on July 5, 1987. The Tamil Tigers are fighting for an independent homeland for the minority ethnic Tamils on the majority Sinhalese island. The 35-year-old conflict has claimed more than 60,000 lives

A Sri Lankan motorcyclist passes an elite Special Task Force (STF) police commando as he stands guard during an emergency search operation near Independence Square, in Colombo, 05 July 2007, amid fears of more rebel attacks
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A Special Task Force soldier stands guard as other soldiers search a vehicle at a temporary checkpoint in Colombo, Sri Lanka, November 6, 2008. Sri Lanka's president began presenting the 2009 budget in parliament on Thursday against an economic backdrop of dwindling foreign reserves, pressure on its currency and a costly war. (Reuters Pictures)

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What's with the motorsikle helmets? Are these "Scooter Troopers"?
 

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A soldier protects Eastern Province Chief Minister and former Tamil rebel Pillayan (R), who is visiting the scene of a shooting in Athurugiriya, a suburb of Colombo November 14, 2008. Kumaraswami Nandagoban alias Ragu, personal secretary of Pillayan, and another person were shot dead while they were travelling in a car at Athurugiriya, police said. Reuters Pictures
 

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Special Task Force motor bicycle unit solders get ready for a roadside patrol in Colombo November 26, 2008. Sri Lanka's military on Wednesday said the Tamil Tigers' headquarters town would fall imminently, a day before the rebels' chief was due to give his yearly rallying cry to one of Asia's longest modern insurgencies. (Reuters)

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