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Six dead as Nepalis vote  A rebel attack and the army's shooting of protesters marred the first elections in 7 years, as few voters turned out 21 killed in remote clash Map of Kathmandu Nepal  15 Maoist rebels and 6 soldiers died in an armed confrontation that occurred in an area south of Kathmandu   Maoists declare ceasefire  Rebel leader said the Maoists would 'not launch any offensive' during the three-month truce Children suffer in conflict  Amnesty International: Children are being killed, tortured and raped by both sides in the civil war   Clashes claim 46 lives  At least 36 Maoist rebels and 10 security personnel were killed at Pandon village in Kailali district   Peace call amid violence  The government has urged Maoists to stick to a ceasefire and take part in peace negotiations   Maoists launch major offensives  Rebels have struck 2 mountain towns, killing at least 68 police and soldiers Army says 49 rebels killed  The army has killed 38 rebels in clashes, and another 11 died when explosives they were carrying went off accidentally   Maoists struck town  Rebels struck the town of Sandhikharka, inflicting heavy casualties on the security forces stationed there   'Dozens killed' in rebel attack  50 policemen and 12 Maoist rebels have been killed in clashes. 3,000 fighters have attacked police posts Rebels kill 32 police officers  Maoist rebels attack a remote post after parliament voted to extend a state of emergency by three months 100 killed by Maoists
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Gunbattles, curfew wrack Nepal
Rebels declare ceasefire

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  Maoists declared a 3-month unilateral ceasefire to reflect their desire for the formation of a special assembly
 The insurgents will refrain from attacks to give the country a chance as a new government prepares to take control The insurgents backed 3 weeks of pro-democracy protests to unseat the king
  Protests against the king continue. Maoist rebels battle security forces in the town of Chautara


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  Cabinet has ordered security stepped up after two separate but simultaneous attacks by rebels on government installations

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Dec.9   Up to 60 Maoists have been killed
  The army has killed rebels who attacked a telephone repeater station
Nov.29 Troops clash with rebels  Army have engaged in fighting with Maoists after guerillas bombed a Coca-Cola plant Nov.26 State of emergency  The king Gyanendra suspended civil liberties after violence by Maoist rebels Nov.24 More police die in uprising  4 police and their driver have been killed in an ambush Nov.23 Raiders kill dozens of police  Maoists have ended a 4-month trucel with attacks that killed 24 police Jul.15 Troops surround rebels  Soldiers have tracked down 69 policemen kidnapped by Maoists and are trying to rescue them Jul.7 Rebels kill 34 in police attacks
  Suspected Maoist rebels raided 7 police stations killing the policemen and abducting dozens of others
Apr.6 Suspected Rebels Kill 27 Policemen
  Suspected Maoist rebels, Communist Party of Nepal, attacked a police post in a village

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