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Nepal protests intensify, pressure mounts on king

Nepal’s political parties urged people on Sunday to stop paying taxes and international donors to halt aid to the royalist government as an anti-monarchy campaign widened dramatically. Police lobbed dozens of tear gas shells and fired rubber bullets at protesters demanding King Gyanendra give up power, injuring several and arrested dozens. Protests erupted for the first time in Kathmandu’s Thamel tourist district and by dusk many streets of the capital were littered with stones and the ashes of burnt rubber tyres. Full Story

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