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Six die as Nepal rebels raid town, curfew in capital

At least five Maoist rebels and a Nepali soldier were killed when hundreds of rebels stormed an eastern town overnight, the army said on Monday, as a fresh curfew was clamped on the capital to thwart anti-king protests. Sunday night’s attack by the insurgents — fighting to overthrow the monarchy since 1996 — was among the biggest in nearly three weeks since a mass pro-democracy campaign erupted across the impoverished Himalayan kingdom. Full Story

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