Prosecutors say tests needed before Sri Lanka sterilisation case can proceed

Muslim doctor Segu Shihabdeen Mohamed Shafi (C) is escorted by Criminal Investigation Department officials at the Magistrate Court in Kurunegala, Sri Lanka July 11, 2019. REUTERS/Stringer NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES

KURUNEGALA, Sri Lanka (Reuters) – Sri Lankan prosecutors said on Thursday tests would be needed to establish whether a Muslim doctor had sterilised Buddhist patients, while there was no evidence to support other charges against him of links to terrorist groups or money laundering. The case of Shegu Shihabdeen Mohamed Shafi has become a focus […]

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