Nepalese activist chants slogans during a protest demanding Nepal be declared a Hindu state in Kathmandu on September 1, 2015. AFP PHOTO / Prakash MATHEMA
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Nepali police shot dead at least four protesters and killed a fifth Tuesday as demonstrators threw stones and petrol bombs, angry at a new planned constitution.Police official Kamal Singh Bam said police shot and killed four demonstrators in the town of Birjung in Parsa district, 60 km (40 miles) south of Kathmandu, when a police post was attacked with stones and petrol bombs.In a separate clash with police, a fifth demonstrator was killed in the neighboring district of Bara, police official Lokendra Malla said, without giving details.
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