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Students, Police Clash in Katmandu

Police fired tear gas and fought frenzied street battles with protesters Friday on the second day of a strike called by government adversaries of King Gyanendra, who faces mounting opposition since he seized power a year ago. Protesters say 150 people were arrested. Hundreds of angry students took to Katmandu’s narrow streets, setting fire to a post office in the capital, Katmandu, and hurling rocks at police, who fought back with tear gas and batons. Students at Katmandu’s Tribhuwan University ransacked the dean’s office and briefly took several officers hostage. Full Story

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