Dust blows as a woman sweeps the premises of Hanumandhoka Durbar Square, a UNESCO world heritage site, as debris from temples that collapsed following the April 25 earthquake is cleared in Kathmandu, Nepal June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
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Nepal's main political parties have reached agreements on several disputed issues that could lead to the drafting of a much-delayed constitution in the Himalayan nation.The agreement was signed by leaders of the four main political parties after hours of negotiations at Prime Minister Sushil Koirala's residence.The agreement says Nepal would have eight federal states. Partisan political fighting has delayed an agreement on the constitution, which was initially supposed to have been drafted by 2010 .
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