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Activists: Chinese Police Fire on Protesters in Tibet, Wounding Dozens

Tibetan activists say Chinese police have opened fire in a confrontation with protesters in China's Tibetan Autonomous Region, leaving 60 people wounded. Local and exiled Tibetan sources told VOA's sister network, Radio Free Asia, the incident happened Sunday in the town of Biru in Naqu county. They said many of the wounded were shot in the hands and legs as the police fired into a crowd that was demanding the release of a protest leader. Chinese police detained the activist, Dorje ...

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