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Inside Story

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The final programme in the current series of investigative documentaries. Suicide Killers. The Tamil
Tigers of Sri Lanka are one of the most ruthless groups of independence fighters in the modern world. The Indian authorities believe that
Rajiv Gandhi , killed in May this year, fell victim to a Tamil Tiger suicide bomber. Many members of the group are willing to take part in suicide attacks, and a large number of the frontline fighters are just young boys and girls.
Inside Story talks to the Tigers' leaders and to those who are prepared to kill themselves for the cause. What motivates their
"fanatical" commitment and why would they have wanted to assassinate Rajiv Gandhi ? ProducerStephen Lambert
Executive producer Paul Hamann
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

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Producer: Paul Hamann

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