Thousands of people rampaged through Kathmandu, setting fire to a mosque and Arab targets and ransacking employment agencies after 12 Nepalese workers were murdered in Iraq. One protester was killed and three others injured when police opened fire to disperse an angry crowd that tried to storm the Egyptian embassy, which represents Iraqi interests in the Himalayan kingdom, the home ministry said. The streets returned to normal after the government clamped an indefinite curfew and declared a national day of mourning Thursday for the victims of the worst hostage massacre in Iraq since the US-led invasion. Demonstrators, some chanting “Punish the Muslims!”, swept through Kathmandu early Wednesday, throwing stones and ransacking any targets with Arabic script. Full Story
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