A Tibetan nun who last week set fire to herself in protest at Chinese rule has died, a US-based broadcaster and rights group said.
This file photo shows young Tibetans-in-exile taking part in a candlelight vigil, in Kathmandu, on February 13, 2013. A Tibetan nun who last week set fire to herself in protest at Chinese rule has died, according to a US-based broadcaster and rights group.
The woman set herself ablaze on June 11 near Nyitso monastery, the scene of similar protests, in Daofu country of southwest China's Sichuan province, Washington-based Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported on its website.
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