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Nepal’s rebel leader likely to lead peace talks, says top Maoist

Nepal’s reclusive Maoist leader Prachanda is likely to lead rebel peace talks with the government to end a deadly decade-long insurgency, a top guerrilla chief said. “There’s a high possibility our chairman, Prachanda, will head our team,” Matrika Yadhav, former rebel commander for the central Terai region, told AFP on Friday. But other senior rebels may hold preliminary talks before Prachanda becomes personally involved,” said Yadhav, who was freed from jail Thursday after the government dropped murder charges against him. Full Story

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