FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2012 file photo released by Freetibet.org, the burnt body of a Tibetan man identified as Dhondup is seen near a prayer hall at the remote Labrang Monastery in China's northwestern Gansu province. The Tibetan man in his 50s is believed to have died after setting himself on fire Monday in the latest protest against Chinese rule over the Himalayan region, the London-based rights group said. Chinese authorities are responding to an intensified wave of Tibetan self-immolation protests against Chinese rule by clamping down even harder — criminalizing the suicides, arresting protesters' friends and even confiscating thousands of satellite TV dishes. (AP Photo/Freetibet.org, File)
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