Nepal reels under fresh violence

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Smoke bellows from tyres set on fire by the ethnic Madhesis at Birgunj, a town on the border with India, Nepal on Monday. (AP Photo)

Smoke bellows from tyres set on fire by the ethnic Madhesis at Birgunj, a town on the border with India, Nepal on Monday. (AP Photo)

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In this photograph taken on September 29, 2015, an Indian man cycles past parked Indian trucks carrying goods to Nepal near the India-Nepal border at Panitanki, some 40 kms from Siliguri. (AFP Photo)

In this photograph taken on September 29, 2015, an Indian man cycles past parked Indian trucks carrying goods to Nepal near the India-Nepal border at Panitanki, some 40 kms from Siliguri. (AFP Photo)

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Demonstrators affiliated with various political parties take part in an anti-India protest in Kathmandu, Nepal. (Reuters Photo)

Demonstrators affiliated with various political parties take part in an anti-India protest in Kathmandu, Nepal. (Reuters Photo)

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Ethnic Madhesi protesters throw stones and bricks at Nepalese policemen in Birgunj, a town on the border with India, Nepal. (AP Photo)

Ethnic Madhesi protesters throw stones and bricks at Nepalese policemen in Birgunj, a town on the border with India, Nepal. (AP Photo)

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Ethnic Madhesi protesters stand near smoke from a tire set on fire by them, as Nepalese policemen stand guard near the Central Development Office at Birgunj, a town on the border with India, Nepal. (AP Photo)

Ethnic Madhesi protesters stand near smoke from a tire set on fire by them, as Nepalese policemen stand guard near the Central Development Office at Birgunj, a town on the border with India, Nepal. (AP Photo)

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Nepalese police face off with protesters during clashes near the Nepal-India border at Birgunj, some 90 km south of Kathmandu. (AFP Photo)

Nepalese police face off with protesters during clashes near the Nepal-India border at Birgunj, some 90 km south of Kathmandu. (AFP Photo)

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Nepalese police watch protesters throwing rocks during clashes near the Nepal-India border at Birgunj, some 90 km south of Kathmandu. (AFP Photo)

Nepalese police watch protesters throwing rocks during clashes near the Nepal-India border at Birgunj, some 90 km south of Kathmandu. (AFP Photo)

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