Nepal Government Declares Indefinite Ceasefire

The government of Nepal has declared an indefinite ceasefire, according to a statement Thursday by the Nepal Tourism Board. It adds that the government "removed the Red Corner notice and terrorist tag on the Maoists on May 3 in the process of bringing peace, prosperity and stability in the country." This action follows the April 27 declaration by the Maoists of a three-month ceasefire and a cabinet meeting conducted May 3 under the premiership of Girija Prasad Koirala.

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