Nepal's politicians, army hindering war crimes probe – report
Nepali political parties and security forces who are accused of war crimes during the country’s decade-long civil war are hampering efforts to bring justice to tens of thousands of victims and their families, a study said on Thursday. More than 17,000 people were killed and more than 1,300 went missing during the conflict between government forces and Maoist rebels in the Himalayan nation. The war ended more than 10 years ago but families and victims are still waiting to find out what happened to their loved ones and see those responsible punished.
The study, by the International Center for Transitional Justice