the use of suicide attacks in the last few decades.
The ceasefire monitors told the LTTE that they must allow an inspection of an airfield in the north. The government insists that the airfield, and rebel aircraft operating from it, violates the ceasefire. The ceasefire monitors agree, but want to inspect the airfield first, something the LTTE refuses to allow. This airfield dispute, plus the growing violence in eastern Sri Lanka, makes it more likely that the war will resume.
May 28, 2005: In eastern Sri Lanka, LTTE rebels killed a police commander who was