BBC NEWS | South Asia | US 'to quiz Sri Lanka army chief'

Sri Lanka says its army chief faces questioning by the US government, over alleged war crimes committed during the war with the Tamil Tigers.

The Sri Lankan government has told the BBC that it objects to American plans to interview General Sarath Fonseka, who is currently on a visit to the US.

The American State Department published a recent report outlining allegations of human rights abuses during the war.

The UN has previously said an inquiry is needed to determine culpability.

great someone needs to explain to the Obama Adm. what the UN is for it's not our (USA) job to do the UN's work.