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Mao in the mountains
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Mao in the mountains

A prolonged debate between Nepal's government and the Maoists over how to integrate former rebels into the national forces has brought the Himalayan nation to a standstill. (Anup Kaphle/The Washington Post)

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Impasse in wake of Maoist victory disrupts life in Nepal
Article | KATHMANDU, NEPAL -- For a decade, he carried a 9mm pistol and battled government forces in almost every corner of Nepal as part of a Maoist insurgency that ravaged this majestic Himalayan nation.

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