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Nepal Maoists suspect new arms supplies for army

Nepal’s Maoist rebels said on Wednesday they suspected the multi-party government of amassing weapons for its army, highlighting the continued mistrust between both sides despite a slow peace process. Dozens of army trucks thought to be carrying arms were headed for Kathmandu through a highway linking it with the southern plains bordering India, rebel spokesman Krishna Bahadur Mahara told Reuters but did not say where they came from. “The trucks are now in military barracks near Gajuri,” Mahara said referring to a village 70 km (45 miles) west of the capital. Full Story

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