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Political prisoners arrested in Nepal

Security forces have detained more than 3,000 political prisoners since Nepal’s king seized power in February and many allegedly have been tortured, Amnesty International said Thursday in a report that cites local human rights groups. The accusations came as King Gyanendra was in Indonesia where he hopes to use a meeting of world leaders at the Asia-Africa Summit to explain why he sacked his country’s government and declared a state of emergency. Several nations have strongly condemned the monarch’s takeover. Full Story

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