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Nepal FM

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Nepal - Committee to Protect Journalists

www.cpj.org [cached]

CPJ called for the release of Shah, who reports for Nepal FM, Dristi Weekly, and Avenues TV, on Wednesday.
New York, October 10, 2007â€"The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the abduction of Nepalese journalist Birendra Shah, Bara district correspondent for Nepal FM, Dristi Weekly, and Avenues TV.


www.hamrodharana.com

Shah was the local correspondent for Nepal FM, Dristi Weekly, and Avenues TV in Bara district, in central Nepal.
He had written reports criticizing local Maoists before his kidnapping. Shah was feared dead after the Maoists condemned the action but failed to release him or confirm his whereabouts. Shah's body has not been recovered. The Maoist statement said he had been buried in the jungle in Bara, Luitel said. Shah's case was raised in the Nepalese parliament several times after his disappearance, according to news reports.


www.hamrodharana.com

Shah was the local correspondent for Nepal FM, Dristi Weekly, and Avenues TV in Bara district, in central Nepal.
He had written reports criticizing local Maoists before his kidnapping. Shah was feared dead after the Maoists condemned the action but failed to release him or confirm his whereabouts. Shah's body has not been recovered. The Maoist statement said he had been buried in the jungle in Bara, Luitel said. Shah's case was raised in the Nepalese parliament several times after his disappearance, according to news reports.


www.hamrodharana.com

Shah was the local correspondent for Nepal FM, Dristi Weekly, and Avenues TV in Bara district, in central Nepal.
He had written reports criticizing local Maoists before his kidnapping. Shah was feared dead after the Maoists condemned the action but failed to release him or confirm his whereabouts. Shah's body has not been recovered. The Maoist statement said he had been buried in the jungle in Bara, Luitel said. Shah's case was raised in the Nepalese parliament several times after his disappearance, according to news reports.


www.hamrodharana.com

Shah was the local correspondent for Nepal FM, Dristi Weekly, and Avenues TV in Bara district, in central Nepal.
He had written reports criticizing local Maoists before his kidnapping. Shah was feared dead after the Maoists condemned the action but failed to release him or confirm his whereabouts. Shah's body has not been recovered. The Maoist statement said he had been buried in the jungle in Bara, Luitel said. Shah's case was raised in the Nepalese parliament several times after his disappearance, according to news reports.


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