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Hundreds more arrested in violent Nepal protests

Hundreds more protesters were arrested in Nepal on the second day of a general strike calling for King Gyanendra to restore democracy as demonstrations left two dozen injured. “Some 200 protesters from the Nepali Congress Party and more than 150 from the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist Leninist) have been arrested and 12 injured during protests,” said Nepali Congress Party secretary Shovarkar Parajuli. He vowed the opposition-party sponsored protests, which have seen more than 750 people officially detained since Tuesday, would go on. Full Story

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