Riots in Tibet Turn Deadly
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Riots in Tibet Turn Deadly

China has locked down Tibet's capital city of Lhasa a day after the largest and most violent protests against its rule in the territory in nearly two decades. China's official news agency says 10 people have been killed. Video by AP

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