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Human Rights Watch charges Nepal of failing to ensure accountability for human rights abuses during decade-long Maoist insurgency

All India Radio Friday, 13 January 2017
Human Rights Watch has charged Nepal of failing to ensure accountability for human rights abuses during the brutal decade-long Maoist insurgency.In the recently published World Report 2017, the global rights watchdog blamed the Nepal government and political parties of sacrificing victims' needs to promote their own interests.
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