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The Tigers have since been driven back into a sliver of land on the northeastern coast, where the UN has accused them of holding up to 50,000 Tamil civilians hostage.
Sri Lankan leaders have refused all international calls for a ceasefire, despite reports from the UN last month saying up to 6,500 civilians may have been killed and 14,000 wounded in fighting since January.
"Hopefully, in their calculation, this will attract the foreign countries to throw a lifeline to save their souls."
Last month, the military announced that it had halted the use of heavy weapons in order to protect civilians as the fighting was confined to a small area measuring just a few square kilometres.
"They are bombarding their own civilians with heavy weapons to lay the blame on the Sri Lankan forces," the ministry said in a statement.
Sri Lanka's government believes its soldiers are on the verge of defeating the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) after 37 years of conflict.
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Casualty claims from the war zone are impossible to verify as journalists and international monitors are not allowed to travel freely in the area.
"The large scale killing of civilians, including the death of over 100 children, over the weekend shows that the bloodbath scenario has become a reality," Gordon Air Force One Trainers Cheap Weiss, the United Nations' spokesman in Colombo, told AFP on Monday.
At the height of their power in 2006, the Tigers - who want an independent Tamil homeland in the Discount Tiffany Rings Sinhalese-majority island - controlled roughly a third of the island.
The appeal was made in a joint letter to Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso from the heads of Human Rights Watch, the International Crisis Group, Amnesty International, and the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect.
The Sri Lankan government has recently criticised Western nations for calling for a ceasefire that would end its campaign against the Tigers before a complete victory had been secured.
The government on Monday said 250 civilians had been killed or wounded in the attacks blamed on the rebels, while the Fake Beats Uk For Sale pro-rebel TamilNet website said that the weekend death toll had risen to 3,200.
The rebels said the civilians had died as the military pressed ahead with its offensive, but the defence ministry Canada Goose England accused the Tigers of firing mortars to create a humanitarian crisis and attract foreign intervention.
"This aircraft was five miles out and now all of the sudden we have no response from this aircraft," he said.
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Japan, which is Sri Lanka's largest aid donor, must "shoulder its responsibilities" and confront the worsening humanitarian crisis there, human rights and conflict prevention groups said on Monday.
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The United Nations has condemned the killing of civilians in Buy Mont Blanc Pen Uk Sri Lanka at the weekend as a "bloodbath" in which more than 100 children died, as the government and rebels traded blame for the attacks.
Artillery strikes in the small stretch of coastline still held by the Tamil Tiger guerrillas caused major casualties among the tens of thousands of non-combatants, both sides reported.
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