Maoist rebel leaders in southern India said on Monday they had given up on efforts to make peace, blaming local police for mounting violence since a truce collapsed more than three months ago. Peace talks between the Maoists and the Andhra Pradesh government collapsed in January after 12 rebels were killed in clashes with police. Full Story
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