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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Pawan Giri
Police in Katmandu, the Nepal capital, say cows may be sacred, but enough is enough: They're blocking too much traffic and have to go.
"We see traffic jams because the drivers who try to avoid the cows often crash into other vehicles," Mr. Giri said to AFP.
"The stray cows and oxen have been a big nuisance in Katmandu streets," said a police spokesman, Pawan Giri, in an Agence France-Press report. "They not only cause accidents, but also make the streets untidy."