Stories Tagged 'Insurgency'
It is not clear whether the Chand group has formed its own army--like the Maoists had during the insurgency days--but many believe it has hundreds, if not thousands, of weapons in its possession.full story »
As the sun set beyond the Dharahara on Saturday, conflict victims lit 1,350 candles at Bhadrakali, the figure signifying the approximate number of disappearances during insurgency.full story »
Eleven years after insurgency in the country, citizens of Rukum are still left with mental scars.full story »
UN human rights experts have urged the Government of Nepal to amend the provisions of the newly enacted transitional justice law that can lead to amnesty in cases of serious rights violationfull story »
Doramba VDC, completely damaged during the decade long insurgency, has seen gradual development of indispensable infrastructuresfull story »
28 people were killed as Pakistan's military fought an all-night battle on Monday with Taliban gunmen who besieged Karachi airport armed with rocket launchers and suicide vests.full story »