The uprising in Tibet's capital

Tibetan monks and lay people joined them staged anti-Chinese riots in Lhasa. Monks and young people burned the flags of China, beaten and burned ethnic Chinese shops. Killed at least ten people. Chinese authorities have accused the Dalai Lama had happened.

Unrest in Tibet began on Monday, the anniversary of the uprising of 1959, due to the failure of which the Dalai Lama was forced to leave the country. Tibetan monks initially demanded the release of those arrested last fall comrades, and then put forward political slogans. After the protests against Chinese dictate joined ordinary residents, followed by the arrests, which only led to increased unrest,, writes.


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