Nepal: Down with the king! - Weekly riot report
An opposition party supporter throws a policeman's helmet to the ground as riot policemen watch at a demonstration in Kalanki, on the western edge of Katmandu, Nepal, Friday April 21, 2006, where four protestors were killed on Thursday. King Gyanendra vowed Friday to bring multiparty democracy back to the Himalayan nation, 14-months after he seized control and set off a bloody political crisis that engulfed the country and left the government deeply unstable. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)
Riot policemen baton charge Nepalese protesters during an anti-king protest, in Katmandu, Nepal, Friday, April 21, 2006
A Nepali riot policeman takes aim with his weapon during a protest in Kalanki, Kathmandu.
A Nepali pro-democracy protestor is wounded by a rubber bullet fired by police in Patan in the capital Kathmandu April 21, 2006. Nepal police used live rounds for the first time in nearly a year to quell a general strike against municipal elections and King Gyanendra's refusal to restore democracy, witnesses and party officials said. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar
Nepalese security forces stand under a building on top of which blood stains mark the place where a protestor was killed during a protest in Kalanki, Kathmandu.
Bullet injured Pradeep Sigdel, 28, left, talks on a phone as Shambhu Khadga, 14, looks on at a hospital where they receive treatment after they claimed they suffered injuries during an anti-king demonstration on Thursday, in Katmandu, Nepal, Friday, April 21, 2006.