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Katmandu-Nepal decided to ban its nationals from working in Libya, Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan following the killing of 13 security personnel from Nepal in a suicide attack claimed by Talban in the Afghan capital, Kabul. Minister of labour in Nepal said in press statements yesterday that the decision is attributed to the security situation in Libya and other countries. He said his government is making arrangement to help its nationals working in libya to return immediately to Nepal. A suicide attack targeted a bus carrying security personnel from Nepal and working for the Canadian embassy in Kabul last Monday, forcing Nepal to cease issuing work permits for Libya, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Source: Libyan News Agency