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In pictures: Tibet aftermath

Firefighters hose down the flame in Lhasa, 14 March 2008.

China's authorities have released pictures of Friday's violence in Tibet, some of the worst anti-Chinese protests there in 19 years.

Burnt building in Lhasa, 14 March 2008.

This picture from the official Xinhua news agency shows shops that were attacked by protesters. The authorities say 10 people - mostly business people - were killed.

Troops in Lhasa on 15 March - picture sent to the BBC.

This picture - sent to the BBC by a reader - shows troops patrolling Lhasa's streets on Saturday - when some small-scale clashes were reported.

Champa Phuntsok, chairman of the Tibet Autonomous Region, speaks to reporters in Beijing., 15/3/08

The head of Tibet's government, Champa Phuntsok, urged those involved to give themselves in. He promised leniency if they do, but a harsh response if they do not.

Exiled Tibetan protesters take part in a prayer vigil in Kathmandu on 15 March 2008

Exiled Tibetans in several countries - including neighbouring Nepal - demonstrated their support for the protesters.

Indian policemen clash with Tibetan activists in exile during a protest in front of the Chinese Embassy in New Delhi. 15 March.

In the Indian capital, Delhi, police had to restrain Tibetan activists who marched on the Chinese embassy.

Chinese Communist Party members cast their votes during a session of the National People's Congress in Beijing, 15 March.

Meanwhile far from the unrest in Lhasa, the National People's Congress - Beijing's rubber-stamp legislature - was a picture of order and discipline.

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