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Nepal Gov't, Rebels to Hold Peace Talks

Nepal’s government and rebels will hold talks next week in the capital to try to end a seven-year civil war that has killed more than 7,000 people, an official said Friday. Two weeks ago, the sides agreed to released all prisoners and announced guidelines for peace talks, but did not set a date to meet. On Friday, government negotiator Narayan Singh Pun said the two sides would get together Tuesday in a “goodwill meeting.” Pun said the two sides have not agreed on an agenda but would stick to 22 points agreed upon earlier this month. Those guidelines include releasing all prisoners of war. Full Story

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