Protests Turn Violent in Tibetan Capital
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Protests Turn Violent in Tibetan Capital

Protests led by Buddhist monks against Chinese rule in Tibet turned violent Friday, with shops and vehicles torched and gunshots echoing through the streets of the ancient capital, Lhasa. Video by AP

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