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Hundreds of Tibetans and supporters take part in a protest rally carrying Tibetan national flags, banners and placards in front of the Chinese Embassy, Brussels in Belgium, to protest against China's continued occupation of Tibet and calling for immediate action by the United Nations and world governments to pressure China to resolve the issue in recognition of International Human Rights Day on December 10, 2012 . Belgium police had to use water cannon and baton to break up protests in which a Tibetan woman named Dadon sustained injuries. The rally from EU Commission to the Chinese Embassy was jointly organised by Tibetan organisations and Friends of Tibet in Belgium. (Photo/ RTYC Belgium)
Hundreds of Tibetans and supporters take part in a protest rally carrying Tibetan national flags, banners and placards in front of the Chinese Embassy, Brussels in Belgium, to protest against China's continued occupation of Tibet and calling for immediate action by the United Nations and world governments to pressure China to resolve the issue in recognition of International Human Rights Day on December 10, 2012 . Belgium police had to use water cannon and baton to break up protests in which a Tibetan woman named Dadon sustained injuries. The rally from EU Commission to the Chinese Embassy was jointly organised by Tibetan organisations and Friends of Tibet in Belgium. (Photo/ RTYC Belgium)
[Thursday, December 13, 2012, Phayul]
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