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Maoists rebels kill three in Nepal, bomb ancestral home of army chief

Maoist rebels in Nepal have killed another three people, including a 75 year-old man, and bombed the ancestral home of an army chief and a factory building, police said. One of the victims was police head constable Rabindra Rana of Tribhuvannagar town in midwestern Nepal who was gunned down while riding his bicycle Saturday, police said. “The rebels, who were waiting in ambush for the head constable near a local hotel, shot him and ran away after the attack,” a police offical said, adding that a number of arrests had been made. In another incident, armed rebels slit the throat of 75-year-old Lalit Bahadur Basnet of Tingla village in Solukhuimbu district, 390 kilometres northeast of Kathmandu, the official said. Full Story

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