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Nepal power-sharing deal with Maoists widely welcomed

A landmark deal between Nepal’s authorities and Maoist rebels which will see parliament dissolved and power shared in a new interim government was hailed in the troubled Himalayan kingdom. The deal, aimed at ending 10 years of bloody insurgency by the rebels, was thrashed out at unprecedented day-long talks in Kathmandu Friday between Maoists, led by their elusive chief Prachanda, and government leaders headed by Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala. Full Story

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