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Latest Nepal Items
Anti-U.N. rioting fueled by cholera fears scaled down in northern Haiti on Wednesday following official calls for calm, but several hundred demonstrators took to the streets of the capital to denounce the government.
Anti-U.N. rioting fueled by cholera fears scaled down in northern Haiti on Wednesday, but a third demostrator was killed in clashes and small-scale demonstrations took to the streets of the capital.
These days we hear so much talk in the media about bullying and criticism of bullies. The biggest and most outrageous bully of all is China, who blatantly bullies Tibetans and other minority ethnicities. China even bullies weak nations such as Nepal, and with its new wealth, continues by forcing some big nations into kowtowing to its wishes.
A small passenger plane heading to the Mount Everest region crashed in heavy rain Tuesday outside Nepal's capital, killing all 14 people aboard, including four Americans, a Briton and a Japanese national, officials said.
As cliches go, designer Prabal Gurung is the first to say he's living the American dream: Kid from Nepal is now dressing first lady Michelle Obama on a regular basis.
A unit of CBS Corp. said Wednesday it has formed a joint venture with billionaire Anil Ambani's Reliance Broadcast Network to launch television channels in India, joining a host of foreign broadcasters hoping to tap a fast-growing market.
A Christian charity said Monday it had no plans to leave Afghanistan despite the killings of 10 members of its medical aid team and repeated that the organization does not attempt to convert Muslims to Christianity.
Members of a medical team gunned down in Afghanistan brought some of the first toothbrushes and eyeglasses villagers had ever seen and spent no time talking about religion as they provided medical care, friends and aid organizations said Sunday.
Nepal's prime minister, faced with pressure from Maoists who have been demanding his removal, announced his resignation Wednesday.