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Nepal rebels say they bear responsibility for peace

Their fists raised in the air and clutching red flags, some 200,000 Nepalis gathered in the capital on Friday for the first Maoist rally in three years to build pressure for a constituent assembly to decide the country’s future. Tens of thousands of people filled into a public ground in Kathmandu, many berating King Gyanendra just 500 meters (yards) from the royal palace. “We will burn the crown and we will run the country,” they shouted. Chants of “Gyanendra thief, leave the country” and “Hang Gyanendra” were also heard. Full Story

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