Nepalese protesters threaten a motorcyclist for defying a three day nationwide strike led by the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) in Kathmandu on April 7, 2015. AFP PHOTO / PRAKASH MATHEMA
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Stone-throwing Nepali opposition protesters led by Maoists clashed with police in the capital Tuesday as they enforced a three-day nationwide shutdown of schools, business and transport in the latest violence to mar talks over a new constitution.At least two activists were injured in Tuesday's clashes, a protest organizer said.An opposition front led by Maoist former rebels sponsored the biggest nationwide shutdown in five years to press the coalition government to seek consensus on the first republican constitution, seen as vital to ending instability.
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