Nepal's communist rebels on Thursday declared a three-month, unilateral cease-fire in their violent campaign against the country's monarchist government.
A statement Thursday from the elusive rebel leader Prachanda said his group's fighters would not be involved in any attacks during the three-month period.
On Wednesday, the rebels lifted a weeks-long blockade of highways connecting the major towns and cities in the Himilayan kingdom
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