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Nepal in crisis Thursday, 19 February, 2009, 23:24 GMT
Dipendra Prince blamed for Nepal massacre
The inquiry into Nepal's royal massacre concludes that the Crown Prince Dipendra was responsible for the killings.
Nepalese policeman Nepal's Maoists on the move
The BBC's Sushil Sharma looks at new tactics employed by Nepal's Maoists in the wake of last month's palace massacre.
Nepal tragedy raises internet profile
Nepal may be one of the poorest countries in the world but the internet has helped both the nation's inhabitants and the diaspora to stay informed about the royal massacre.
Gyanendra: Safe pair of hands
King Gyanendra may face an uphill struggle persuading the Nepalese public to accept him, writes Alastair Lawson.
Nepalese police Mao in the mountains
Daniel Lak takes a look at the armed Maoist insurgency movement in Nepal which has led to more than 1,500 deaths in the past five years.
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