A boy runs along the corrugated metal panels surrounding a temple that was damaged during the 2015 earthquake, at Hanumandhoka Durbar Square in Kathmandu, Nepal March 15, 2017. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
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Nepal's ruling Maoists Thursday offered to hold talks with minority ethnic parties that withdrew support for the coalition because of long-standing differences over a new constitution.The elections for village assemblies and city municipalities are scheduled for May 14, the first such poll in 20 years.Hridayesh Tripathi, of the Tarai Madhes Loktantrik Party (TMLP), campaigning against the constitution, warned of trouble in the plains where more than half of Nepal's 28.6 million people live if the polls went ahead without amending the constitution.
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