Photo: In this photo taken on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 and released by a person with contacts in China's Tibetan community, Tibetans throw what appeared to be dry tsampa, a popular Tibetan foodstuff, into the air as they gather on the side of a main street in Nangqian county, China's Qinghai province, to protest Chinese rule and to call for independence for Tibet and the return of the Dalai Lama from exile. (AP Photo) #   In this photo taken on Wednesday, February 8, 2012 and released by a person with contacts
Photo: Tibetans gather on the side of a main street in Nangqian county, China's Qinghai province, on February 8, 2012. Another Tibetan set himself on fire in western China to protest government policies while thousands marched in another part of China to show support for their exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, a report said. (AP Photo
Photo: Tibetans gather on the side of a main street in Nangqian county, China's Qinghai province, on February 8, 2012. Another Tibetan set himself on fire in western China to protest government policies while thousands marched in another part of China to show support for their exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, a report said. . (AP Photo)
Photo: town Tibetan Buddhist nuns from the Ganden Jangchup Choeling nunnery sit on a mountain slope near the town of Daofu, Sichuan province November 13, 2011. The nunnery stands hidden from view on an isolated mountain-top in southwestern China, accessible only by a twisting, rocky road. Palden Choetso, a 35-year-old Tibetan Buddhist nun who burned herself to death on a public street an hour's drive away on November 3, 2011, the latest in a string of self-immolations to protest against Chinese religious controls over Tibet, lived in a mud-brick hut at the nunnery. (Reuters/Carlos Barria) #
Photo: A woman throws a white scarf over Tibetan Buddhist nun Palden Choetso as she burns on the street in Daofu, or Tawu in Tibetan, in this still image taken from video shot on November 3, 2011 and released to Reuters on November 22. The 35-year-old Tibetan Buddhist nun burned herself to death on the public street, the latest in a string of self-immolations to protest against Chinese religious controls over Tibet. (Reuters/Students For A Free Tibet via Reuters TV) #   A woman throws a white scarf over Tibetan Buddhist nun Palden Choetso as she burns on the street in Daofu, or Tawu in Tibetan,
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Tibetans gather on the side of a main street in Nangqian county, China's Qinghai province, on February 8, 2012. Another Tibetan set himself on fire in western China to protest government policies while thousands marched in another part of China to show support for their exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, a report said. . (AP Photo)
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