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Nepal PM Vows to Fight Rebels, India to Give Arms

Nepali Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba vowed on Friday to crush a deadly Maoist revolt in his poor Himalayan nation as giant neighbor India promised more military help to fight the leftist guerrillas. The landlocked nation wedged between India and China is torn by an eight-year insurgency aimed at replacing constitutional monarchy with communist rule. Analysts say the bloody conflict may be spinning out of Kathmandu’s control. “We are fighting the problem of insurgency resolutely and responsibly,” Deuba told business leaders in the Indian capital. “We will not allow terror to reign.”Full Story

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