Nepal’s King Gyanendra, in his first address to the military since he seized power, on Monday urged the security forces to crush a long-running revolt by Maoist rebels, accusing the militants of “terrorism”. Gyanendra fired the government in February, detained political leaders and suspended civil liberties under a state of emergency. He said the move was necessary to crush the revolt in which more than 11,000 people have died and crippled the economy. Full Story
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