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At Least 4 Nepalese Protesters Killed

Security forces fired on thousands of pro-democracy protesters in southeastern Nepal on Wednesday, killing at least four, and the government reimposed a curfew in the capital to prevent a massive rally urging the king to loosen his grip on power. Two weeks of bloody opposition protests and a general strike against the rule of King Gyanendra have paralyzed Nepal, leaving the country at its most volatile since the monarch seized power 14 months ago. At least 10 people have been killed during the demonstrations. Full Story

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