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NEPAL MAOIST 08

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A statue of the late King Birendra of Nepal, who was murdered in alongside 10 other members of the royal family in 2001, stands in the a roadside town in the district of Dang, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Although more than 600 people have been injured in battles with the police and the street protestors, the five major political parties continue their demonstrations, demanding that King Gyanendra dismiss the government appointed by him, and allow new elections or form a government led by the major parties in the last Parliament.
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A statue of the late King Birendra of Nepal, who was murdered in alongside 10 other members of the royal family in 2001, stands in the a roadside town in the district of Dang, Saturday, April 24, 2004. Although more than 600 people have been injured in battles with the police and the street protestors, the five major political parties continue their demonstrations, demanding that King Gyanendra dismiss the government appointed by him, and allow new elections or form a government led by the major parties in the last Parliament.