Hundreds of Nepalese campaigners protested for a 10th day Sunday over the alleged rape and robbery of a maid by government officials and other cases of violence against women.
Nepalese activists perform a street drama during a protest near the Prime Minister's residence in Kathmandu on January 6, 2013, during a protest demanding justice in rising cases of violence against women. Hundreds of Nepalese campaigners have protested over the alleged rape and robbery of a maid by government officials, echoing widespread anger in neighbouring India over violence against women.
Demonstrators who began picketing the residence of Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai in the upscale Baluwatar area of Kathmandu on December 28, demanding punishment of the accused, staged a street drama depicting scenes of abuse.
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