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Soon afterward, she and her husband ran away to escape the constant threat to their lives from heavy shelling and gunfire that continued into the night.Her husband was hit by shrapnel as they fled, and his leg had to be amputated.He was cheered as he took to the stage for the performance.Mr Kelly was arrested as part of the sex abuse inquiry that led to the conviction of pop mogul Jonathan King.For Ramesha, returning to a town free of shelling and gunfire was more than she had imagined possible.“I left without knowing when I would come back,” she says.“My house caught fire and only the walls remain, but I am happy to be back home and to know that I will not have to run away soon.Most of all, I am happy that I will be able to bring up my first child at home and give him or her a good education in a peaceful environment.” Kavinda, a midwife, has just received a new bicycle for her home visits in Kilinochchi, through a programme supported by the Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning. “We have difficulty keeping track of people, as most have lost their birth certificates and records along with their belongings, and we still have limited facilities so we have to sometimes conduct clinics under the trees,” she explains.
After being displaced 13 times in two years, she has finally returned home.She has come to a facility run by the Ministry of Health and the Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka with support from UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.Ramesha got married in May 2008, just as the military conflict in the North intensified.One year on they are yet to feel the freedom.” UNFPA has been at the forefront in catering to the reproductive health needs of women and girls in conflict-affected areas of northern Sri Lanka.At the end of the military offensive, UNFPA partnered with the Ministry of Health and the Family Planning Association to conduct some 441 mobile and static clinics providing prenatal and post-natal care, voluntary family planning and counselling services to more than 20,000 clients in Vavuniya IDP camps.
Officers have also removed evidence from his home in Chiswick, west London.