February 14, 2012

Courtesy: The Guardian
On the streets of Aba, ranks of paramilitary police armed with guns, batons and spiked clubs keep a watchful eye on Buddhist monks in crimson robes. After a 10-hour drive across the Tibetan plateau, Jonathan Watts was able to get into the town undetected and witness how the authorities are trying to extinguish dissent with fire engines, riot police and patriotic ‘re-education’ campaigns.

This story has been taken from the Guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/video/2012/feb/10/inside-tibet-heart-protest-video

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