KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Millions of people in Nepal are voting in the final phase of elections for members of the national and provincial assemblies. About 12 million voters in the southern half of the Himalayan nation are voting Thursday. Police said voting was peaceful. Police, army soldiers and temporary police officers are guarding polling stations and patrolling the streets. The northern, mountainous part of the nation voted on Nov.

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