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Topic - Ravindra Udayashanta
The politician knew something was amiss when a suspicious white van pulled alongside him at a Colombo park and four men got out, pretending to exercise.
Mr. Udayashanta's brother already had disappeared — dragged away one month earlier, he says, by men in a white van.