NEPAL: Rebels bomb Coke plant
Maoist rebels in Nepal have bombed a Coca- Cola plant in the country, the second such attack on the soft drink giant in three months, Agence France-Presse has reported today. Quoting police sources the report said the attack took place Sunday night at the US beverage company plant in Bharatpur, 180 kilometres (112 miles) south of Kathmandu. "The Maoists had taken the night guards under their control and blew up the bottling plant with a powerful bomb," a police spokesman said. No one was killed or injured in the blast.
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