Nepal opposition leader re-arrested after court-ordered release Greg Sampson at 12:34 PM ET
[JURIST] Krishna Sitaula, leader of the opposition Nepali Congress [party website], was arrested at his home on Wednesday, just two days after he was released from prison [Rising Nepal report], along with several other opposition politicians, according to an order [JURIST report] from the Supreme Court of Nepal [official website]. The government gave no reason for the arrest and members of Sitaula's family have said that they have been told that he will be held for three months.
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