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Nepal Army Told to Shoot Rebels

Troops in Nepal have been given orders to shoot anyone who tries to disrupt municipal elections after overnight attacks by communist rebels left seven police officers and soldiers dead, officials said Tuesday. Taking total power last Feb. 1, King Gyanendra dismissed the elected interim government and declared a state of emergency, saying only he could end corruption and quell a Maoist insurgency that has killed 12,000 in nearly a decade in the Himalayan kingdom. Full Story

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