Terrorist Incidents in Mid-Western, Nepal

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Event ID Date State Event
66400-135066-342584 11/13/2013 Mid-Western Meanwhile, three Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M) cadres were injured when a group of Mohan Baidya's Communist Party Nepal-Maoist (CPN-Maoist-Baidya) cadres attacked them at Dime Village Development Committee (VDC) of Jajarkot District on November 12, reports The Himalayan Times.
66383-135013-342443 11/12/2013 Mid-Western Separately, Police on November 12 (today) arrested Pradeep Mukhiya, a member of the All Nepal Terai Mukti Morcha (ANTMM), an armed outfit in Terai, reports The Himalayan Times.
65970-133890-339545 10/19/2013 Mid-Western Four Nepali Congress (NC) activists and a schoolteacher were injured when they were attacked by a group of masked men at Bafikot village in Rukum District on October 17, reports Kantipuronline.com.
65412-132568-335972 9/17/2013 Mid-Western Police on September 16 arrested two cadres of National Youth Volunteers (NYV), the youth wing of the Mohan Baidya-led Communist Party Nepal-Maoist (CPN-Maoist-Baidya) in connection with the incidence of vandalism and arson on a passenger bus in Kavre District, reports Kantipuronline.com.
65111-131798-334088 8/30/2013 Mid-Western Cadres of Young Communist League (YCL), the youth wing of Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M) on August 28 attacked a Policeman deployed to provide security to Nepali Congress (NC) leader and former state minister Gopalji Jung Shah in Rukum District, reports The Himalayan Times.
63315-127588-323547 5/18/2013 Mid-Western Mohan Baidya-led Communist Party Nepal-Maoist (CPN-Maoist-Baidya) cadres allegedly looted some five quintals of food supplies being transported in a mule for a mobile camp in Jima village of Mugu District on May 17, reports, Kantipuronline.com.


Violence Spatial Dimension in 2013 Time-Series Dimension

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District Number of Events
Banke 61
Kalikot 20
Rolpa 40
Dailekh 60
Surkhet 35
Dang 83
Jajarkot 24
Bardiya 71
Salyan 37
Dolpa 10
Pyuthan 44
Rukum 49
Mugu 7
Jumla 29
Humla 9

The original source are newspaper clippings and extracts collected by the South Asian Terrorism Portal.