Source: Globe and Mail
Overseas Tibetan activist groups said security forces fired on Tibetan protesters in southwest China on Monday, killing at least one and injuring others.
Up to several thousand Tibetans in Ganzi prefecture of Sichuan province marched Monday to government offices where security forces opened fire, the Free Tibet group said in an email.
The London-based group said a 49-year-old Tibetan man named Yonten was shot dead and up to 30 others have been shot and wounded in Draggo county.
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