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U.N. says concerned at Nepal Maoists leaving camps

The United Nations has expressed concern at hundreds of Nepal’s former Maoist rebels leaving U.N.-monitored camps, saying it was a violation of a landmark peace deal with the government. About 31,000 former rebels are housed in 28 camps under a November peace agreement, but hundreds have left the camps in protest at the living conditions and facilities. On Friday, many came out of camps in Nawalparasi in southwest Nepal, demanding to be integrated into the national army. Full Story

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