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Jailed ousted prime minister released in Nepal

Nepal’s ousted premier has been released from prison, hours after the supreme court dissolved the royal anti-corruption body that jailed him, striking a blow against King Gyanendra’s absolute rule. Sher Bahadur Deuba was jailed for two years last July by a body established after the king sacked him as prime minister, kicked out his government and assumed total control on February 1 last year. Former minister for physical planning and works Prakash Man Singh, jailed for corruption at the same time as Deuba, was also freed, local media reported. Full Story

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