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Managala Samaraweera, who has been foreign minister since January 2015, was appointed as finance and media minister.He swaps roles with Ravi Karunanayake, who takes over at external affairs, Sirisena's spokesman Dharmasri Ekanayake told…Two news articles reported that discrimination and social stigma are common towards female-headed households, which are deemed to be inauspicious and are not culturally accepted (ibid.; Women's Feature Service n.d.). This is also true of widows, who are also reportedly discriminated against (UNIFEM 10 June 2004; IPS 4 Nov. Another news article stated that "[n]ight [v]iolence", a new phenomenon in rural areas, is experienced by war widows, and other widows, single parents, divorcees and others.Female heads of households are viewed as being unlucky and a bad omen and are generally not invited to community ceremonies such as weddings and festivals (ibid.; Daily News 25 Mar. Women in Anuradhapura have reported threats of violence at night, as well as actual violence where men trespass [into] their homes to make demands for sex (Daily News 19 July 2003). One source notes that single women have in the past been referred to as an anti-social group (ibid.).Gethin Chamberlain The Observer, Sunday 20 December 2009 Tamil women interned after escaping the horrors of the civil war in Sri Lanka were sexually abused by their guards who traded sex for food, a British medic has revealed.Vany Kumar, who was locked up behind barbed wire in the Menik Farm refugee camp for four months, also claims prisoners were punished by being made to kneel for hours in the hot sun, and those suspected of links to the defeated Tamil Tigers were taken away and not seen again by their families.However, the following general information obtained from news reports is relevant.In Sri Lanka, one in every five households is headed by a woman (Daily News 25 Mar. Of the total female households, 23.3 per cent are located in urban centres, and 65 per cent are headed by widows (ibid.). Female-headed households are always under the threat of rapists, womanizers and often become easy targets of criminals" (ibid.). One source referred to widows as being considered "inauspicious" by Sri Lankan society (ibid.), another as "bad luck" (UNIFEM 10 June 2004) and still another as victims of "[s]ocial stigma, loneliness, economic difficulties, pressure from the family and sexual harassment" (IPS 4 Nov. The Inter Press Service (IPS) explained that although a system of financial assistance exists for war widows, there are problems because those who collect this money are often "at risk of harassment from military personnel" while those who remarry risk losing their husband's salary or pension (ibid.).

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Kumar, 25, from Essex, was released from internment in September, but has waited until now to reveal the full scale of her ordeal in the hope of avoiding reprisals against friends and family held with her.

They have now been released after the Sri Lankan government bowed to international pressure this month and opened the camps.

The Sri Lankan government confirmed to the Observer that it had received reports from United Nations agencies of physical and sexual abuse within the camps, but maintained that it had not been possible to substantiate the allegations. In response, a UN spokesman accused Colombo of "doing everything it could" to obstruct attempts to monitor the welfare of the hundreds of thousands interned in the camps.

Kumar, a biomedical graduate, was incarcerated in May in what she describes as a "concentration camp", along with nearly 300,000 Tamil civilians who managed to escape the slaughter which accompanied the defeat of the Tamil Tiger rebels, who had been fighting for 25 years for a separate state on the island.