Kathmandu strikes over villagers shooting guns at passing trucks to block traffic as well as an attack on the government offices in Kathmandu’s Kalkhatia district that killed one person and injured 25
Kathmandu strikes over villagers shooting guns at passing trucks to block traffic as well as an attack on the government offices in Kathmandu’s Kalkhatia district that killed one person and injured 25.
An 18-year-old man attacked the Kalkhatia government headquarters with a car bomb, killing one and wounding two others.
And in Kathmandu’s Nakhapati region, dozens of men stormed into a hospital and started shooting indiscriminately, wounding seven people.
In Nepal, authorities have begun the process of deploying more police personnel and increased surveillance in remote and heavily populated areas of the country.
UN envoy Kristiina Bokova is expected to leave for Nepal by Sept. 3, and the UN 호 게임Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on Nepal’s government to provide adequate assistance to combat the attacks.
In response, Ban said Sunday that a meeting is scheduled for Sunday with the head of 온 카지노Nepal’s Emergency Management Ministry to address the crisis and determine how the country can better respond to the challenges of climate change and the continuing threat of violence.
Bokova also met with Nepal’s top civil and military authorities on Monday, with her office saying that the meeting will address “the ongoing situation in Nepal, and its consequences on peace, security and law abiding citizens.”
In June, Ban met with top government and civil security officials in Kathmandu, in the first of a series of informal talks following his visit to Nepal in 2011.
UN officials said the UN humanitarian team in Kathmandu will also travel to Nepal in September and October to assess the situation there and to provide further assistance in fighting the ongoing violence.
In its first detailed response to violence, Ban’s office expressed concern over reports that people had been killed in several of the incidents of violence.
The United Nations warned Friday that the violence, which has killed two people so far this week, continued to worsen amid ongoing political and security instability and in its worst single month since the end of the world’s longest war.
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is urging both political leaders to hold open negotiations with civil society and other key players to resolve the crisis, including increasing political and economic cooperation in areas such as education, health and housing.
“The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs will continue to use all available resources as quickly as possible to address the crisis and ensure that it ceases to threaten the right to seek and바카라 사이트 seek refuge for those in need,” a statement on the offic