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Nepal rebels ‘regret’ bus deaths, launch probe

Nepal’s Maoist rebels on Tuesday apologized for a blast that killed 38 people in the worst attack on civilians since their revolt began in 1996, saying they had been aiming for a passing army convoy instead. “It was a serious mistake that a land mine placed by a contingent of our people’s liberation army targeted at the royal army exploded causing loss to the public,” rebel chief Prachanda, who uses only one name, said in a statement. Full Story

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