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In pictures: Tibet - the aftermath

Chinese military trucks with soldiers in riot gear sit at the base of the Potala Palace, Lhasa 20/03/08

The streets of the Tibetan capital, Lhasa, are quiet now that Chinese troops have poured into the city in large numbers.

Workers repair damaged buildings in Lhasa, 20/03/08

Construction workers have begun to clear up the debris and repair the damage caused during the unrest.

Workers repair damaged buildings in Lhasa, 20/03/08

During the protests, shops and government buildings were burnt and at least 99 people were killed, Tibetan exiles say.

Soldiers guard the streets of Lhasa, 20/03/08

Chinese police say they have arrested 24 people, and 170 protesters have handed themselves in to the authorities.

Smoke rises over the streets of Lhasa, 14/03/08

New pictures have emerged showing the early stages of the protests and the extent of the unrest.

Tibetan protesters attack a Chinese motorcyclist as a crowd looks on, 14/03/08

The Chinese authorities have blamed the violence on Tibetan rioters, saying 13 people were stabbed or burnt to death during the protests.

Burning motorcycles on a street in Lhasa, 14/03/08

Tibetan exiles have accused Chinese forces of firing into crowds and brutally suppressing the demonstrations.

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