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Topic - Gotabhaya Rajapaksa
He said people who died due to natural causes or accidents, as well as those who fled the country illegally, died fighting for the rebels or were killed by the rebels, also were counted in order to reconcile the number of people unaccounted for.
Mr. Rajapaksa said the census department's count, which is near completion and will be released soon, shows a very small number of civilians died because of military action.