The 90,000 people displaced by civil
war have received a slower response, threatening to deepen ethnic grievances.
By Sunil Jagtiani - Correspondent
of The Christian Science Monitor
VAVUNIYA, SRI LANKA -- Kandya
Parwathy and her family live in abject poverty and discomfort in a sprawling
camp in northern Sri Lanka. They are refugees, not from the tsunami 12
months back, but from battles years ago in the island's civil war.
"We want to leave this place as
quickly as possible," says Mrs. Parwathy, gesturing at the small room