An Inconvenient Protest, and More Details of Riots in Lhasa, Tibet

In the midst of China's carefully stage-managed PR tour with select western journalists, a small group of Tibetan monks seizes the moment:

The outburst by a group of 30 monks in red robes came as the journalists, including an Associated Press reporter, were being shown around the Jokhang Temple -- one of Tibet's holiest shrines -- by government handlers in Lhasa.

"Tibet is not free! Tibet is not free!" yelled one young Buddhist monk, who started to cry.

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"They want us to crush the Dalai Lama and that is not right," one monk said during the 15-minute outburst.

"This had nothing to do with the Dalai Lama," said another.

link: http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5h5Z6b JwtN_roGSIUQiQnfbf2NkhgD8VLNFBG0

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