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At Least 26 Killed in Fighting in Nepal

At least 26 rebel and government soldiers died Saturday in the deadliest single clash since peace talks collapsed in Nepal more than a year ago, a Nepalese military spokesman said. Col. Deepak Gurung, the chief spokesman for the Nepalese Army, said the fighting erupted when army forces attacked a rebel training and transit camp in Pandon, in far western Nepal, on Saturday. “Our boys put in an uphill assault,” Colonel Gurung said. “We captured the area.” He said 16 Maoists and 10 government soldiers had died in the fighting.Full Story

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