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Nepalese government deadline for talks with Maoists threatens chaos

Nepal could be thrown into crisis if the government tries to enforce a January 13 ultimatum for Maoists to enter peace talks or face elections being held without them, analysts said. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba, who set the deadline, has threatened go ahead with long-stalled national elections if the rebels do not return to the negotiating table. Nepal has been without an elected parliament since 2002 amid deepening political turmoil and violence from a Maoist insurgency. Full Story

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