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Activist: Police Fire on Nepal Protesters

Police fired on pro-democracy protesters Tuesday in Katmandu, injuring at least 12 people, a human rights activist said. It was not clear if the police fired rubber bullets or live ammunition. Details were scarce, but the clash came in the Gangabu neighborhood on the edge of Katmandu when protesters marched toward a line of police from an area not covered by the city’s strict curfew rules. When the protesters didn’t retreat, the police opened fire, said Poshraj Adhikari, of the rights group INSEC-Nepal. Full Story

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