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NEPAL: UN welcomes Maoist statement on aid and development, 23/Dec/05
KATHMANDU, 23 December (IRIN) - The United Nations office in Nepal has welcomed a statement made by Maoist rebels on Thursday that they would cooperate with the UN and bilateral donor agencies and adhere to the their Basic Operating Guidelines (BOGs) for aid and development work. ... Full Report... Email Report

NEPAL: Soldier kills 12 civilians, 15/Dec/05
NAGARKOT, 15 December (IRIN) - Nepalis have been left shocked at the killing of 12 civilians by a deranged soldier at the Kali Debi Mandir Hindu temple in the popular tourist destination of Nagarkot, 32 km east of the capital, Kathmandu.... Full Report... Email Report

NEPAL: Maoists ceasefire extension welcomed, 2/Dec/05
KATHMANDU, 2 December (IRIN) - Political parties and citizens groups have welcomed the decision by Nepalís Maoist rebels to extend their ceasefire for another month. The three-month unilateral ceasefire announced by the Maoists in September ended on Thursday.... Full Report... Email Report

GLOBAL: UN appeals for US $4.7 billion in life-saving aid, 2/Dec/05
NEW YORK, 2 December (IRIN) - The high US$4.7 billion price tag on the United Nationsí latest global appeal, is because there are currently a large number of humanitarian operations and natural disasters, according to Jan Egeland, the UNís under-secretary-general for humanitarian... Full Report... Email Report

NEPAL: Government crackdown on broadcast media continues, 29/Nov/05
KATHMANDU, 29 November (IRIN) - Popularly known as South Asia's first community radio station, Radio Sagarmatha has come under immense pressure from the Nepali government not to re-broadcast news from the BBC Nepali Service, following a BBC interview with Maoist rebels. ... Full Report... Email Report

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