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Nepal Violence Blamed on Rebels Kills 14

Suspected communist rebels in southern Nepal ambushed an army truck, shot a police chief and attacked villagers Sunday, killing at least 14 people a day after lifting a highway blockade that crippled the flow of essential supplies in protest of the king’s recent power grab. The rebels ambushed an army truck carrying soldiers on patrol near Patlaiya, about 160 miles south of Katmandu, killing eight of them, police said. Another 10 soldiers were injured and taken to hospitals, a spokesman at the army headquarters in Katmandu said. In nearby Butwal, suspected rebels fatally shot the town’s police chief and his assistant before escaping. Full Story

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