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UN urges talks after Nepal violence

AFP

AFP, KATHMANDU: The United Nations called yesterday for dialogue and an end to violence in Nepal following clashes between security forces and protesters opposed to a proposed new constitution that have left 19 people dead.
Anger has been building for weeks in southern Nepal after lawmakers struck a breakthrough deal on a new constitution, spurred by April’s devastating earthquake.
In the latest bout of violence, police this week shot dead six protesters in separate incidents in the country’s south, home to the Madhesi ethnic minority that opposes the new charter.

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