February 18, 2005

About a week ago, the King Gyanendra of Nepal took full control over the country, dismissing the parliament, and replacing it with his own advisors. He shut down all media relating to his coup d'état (they're reduced to writing about street dogs and such).
I just found this site called Radio Free Nepal, which has got some fascinating info about the current state of things in Nepal, published anonymously for fear of punishment/imprisonment.

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