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Maoists’ new stance on arms brings optimism to Nepal peace talks

Nepal’s Maoist rebels said they would place their weapons under United Nations supervision if the army does the same to revive peace talks and pave the way for elections next year. “Chairman Prachanda in his informal meeting with Prime Minister (Girija Prasad) Koirala Sunday proposed that our party was ready to lock up all our weapons in a single place under UN monitoring, provided the Nepal Army does the same,” Ananta, the deputy commander of the rebel army, told AFP on Monday. Full Story

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