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Police chief shot dead in Nepal

The chief of Nepal’s armed police force has been shot dead in the capital, Kathmandu, by suspected Maoist rebels, police say. The police said Krishna Mohan Shrestha was killed outright while walking near his house on the outskirts of the city. His wife, Nudup, and bodyguard were also killed. They said that the three were repeatedly shot by several assailants who got away. No arrests have been made yet. The BBC’s Daniel Lak in Kathmandu says if Maoist involvement is confirmed, Mr Shrestha will be the highest-ranking official deliberately targeted by the insurgents. Full Story

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