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Nepal failed to ensure justice for conflict victims, as the government continued to stifle freedom of expression, Human Rights Watch says

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Nepal failed to ensure justice for conflict victims, as the government continued to stifle freedom of expression, Human Rights Watch says

The rights body’s World Report 2020 has also taken note of draconian legislation and controversial decisions that the Oli administration has made in the past year. Nepal failed to ensure justice for conflict victims, as the government continued to stifle freedom of expression, Human Rights Watch says
According to an updated Red Cross Report, 1,333 people are still missing in connection with the conflict. Post File Photo
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Published at : January 15, 2020
Updated at : January 15, 2020 12:46

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