The Nepali government and Maoist rebels said they had agreed to end attacks on each other’s bases and stop recruitment, and vowed to work for peace in the Himalayan nation, where a civil war has killed thousands. Ending the opening round of their first peace talks since 2003 late on Friday, they also agreed to a 25-point code of conduct which commits both sides to cease provocations and stop showing and using arms to intimidate people. Full Story
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