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Friday, November 28, 2014

World News Round-up—Nepal, Peru, DPR Korea on Ferguson

The following are excerpts from various news sources on important news in the world today-


Nepal - towards a new Party after the split in PCN Maoist

KATHMANDU, NOV 26 – The faction led by CPN-Maoist Secretary Netra Bikram Chand , who severed ties with the party on Monday, has left the Capital. According to a leader close to Chand faction, a new party under leader Chand would soon be announced.
“A gathering will take place until four days and it will decide on the new party’s revolutionary line and strategy,” said the leader, not wanting to reveal the site of the gathering. Sixty leaders including the politburo and central leaders have already left the Capital. Some of the notable names who left the Capital today are Khadga Bahadur Biswokarma, Dharmendra Bastola, Santosh Budha Magar, Bharat Bam, Sudip Malla, Sharad Bhandari, Om Pun, among others. The faction led by leader Chand had separated from the party calling Chairman Mohan Baidya “incapable” of leading the party and class struggle ahead. The party was formed two years ago, following the split from the UCPN (Maoist).

Communist Party of Peru's Chairman Gonzalo fights for the right to wed Comrade Miriam

The jailed leader of Peru's Shining Path (actually called Communist Party of Peru) rebel group and his girlfriend say they will go on hunger strike unless they are allowed to wed.
Abimael Guzmán (also called Chairman Gonzalo) and Elena Yparraguirre (also called Miriam) are both serving life sentences.
Their lawyer said they had been asking for permission to marry for several years and were tired of waiting.......

The Democratic People's Republic of (North) Korea slams human rights debacle in Ferguson MO

Condemned at the UN for rights abuses, (Democratic People's Republic of) North Korea hit back Friday, describing the United States as a human rights "tundra" where racial discrimination flourishes.
Citing the protests that erupted when a police officer was not charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri, a foreign ministry spokesman heaped scorn on the notion of "rule of law" in the US.
"This is clear proof of the real picture of the US as a tundra of human rights, where extreme racial discrimination acts are openly practised," the spokesman was quoted as saying by the North's official KCNA news agency......

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