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Old explosive from Nepal’s insurgency kills 4 children

Old explosive from Nepal’s insurgency kills 4 children

A blast in a remote part of Nepal has killed four children. Police suspect the blast was caused by old ordnance left over from a decade-long Maoist insurgency. The children, aged from five to 13, had taken cattle to graze in a forest in the northwestern district of Rolpa when they found a device and played with it. The Maoist rebellion began in 1996 and caused 17,000 deaths before ending in 2006.

Timothy
Timothy
IIzard
IIzard 5 months

Aweful.

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