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Strike shuts down Kathmandu after alleged Maoist murders

Protesters shut down the Nepalese capital Kathmandu with a strike Thursday over the abduction and murder of two men, allegedly by the youth wing of the country’s ruling Maoists. The one-day demonstration was called by relatives of the murdered men and supported by opposition parties and student organizations. Shops and schools across Kathmandu were closed and there was no public transport, as protesters blocked major junctions and smashed the windows of the few private cars that ventured onto the roads. Full Story

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