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Nepal government, rebels agree on deadline for key polls

Nepal’s government and Maoist rebels have agreed in talks to move forward on rewriting the Himalayan nation’s constitution but failed to clinch a deal on power-sharing. The two sides decided that elections for a body that will hammer out a new constitution should be held by mid-2007. Further talks were also slated for Thursday on how to bring the communist insurgents into government. Full Story

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