Tibet: China Assumes Control over Choosing Dalai Lama’s Successor

Chinese authorities on Sunday asserted that the successor of spiritual leader Dalai Lama will be chosen within China and warned India that any...

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Tibet: China Assumes Control over Choosing Dalai Lama’s Successor

Chinese authorities on Sunday asserted that the successor of spiritual leader Dalai Lama will be chosen within China and warned India that any...

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