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2 churches bombed in Nepal

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“Low intensity" bombs exploded at two churches in Nepal after the nation’s lawmakers decided that the nation would remain a secular state, the Hindustan Times reported.

Until 2008, the Himalayan nation was a Hindu state, and Hindu nationalist literature was found at the sites of the explosions.


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  1. Devi Reply

    Where in Nepal? Details please.

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