Nepal’s governing parties and Maoist rebels edged closer to resolving sticky differences on the role of the monarchy and arms management in peace talks to end a decade of war, officials said. The two sides, who have observed a ceasefire for the past six months, met informally Monday for six hours, but postponed the formal launch of their negotiations until Tuesday. Full Story
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