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NEPAL: Rebels and government agree to hold elections

Maoist rebels and Nepal’s interim government have agreed to hold elections for a constituent assembly by June 2007, negotiators from both sides said on Tuesday at the end of three days of high-level peace talks. Maoists have been waging a ‘people’s war’ against the Nepalese state since 1996 in a conflict that has left 14,000 people dead. Full Story

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