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Devastated store where five shopgirls died reopens

The Yishion clothing store, the retail outlet where five female sales staff burned to death in the Lhasa riot on March 14, reopened on Thursday.

42 rioters sentenced to prison

Forty-two people involved in the March 14 riots here have been sentenced to jail, while 116 others remain in detention, a senior regional official said on Friday.

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· Expert: Dialogue on Tibet within constitutional framework
· 1,157 people involved in Lhasa riot released
· Guardian: Down with the Dalai Lama
· Slave trade contracts reveal lack of human rights in serfdom-reigned Tibet
· Historical records defy claims of lack of religious freedom in Tibet
· Tibet issue not about human rights
· Chinese gov't protects Tibetan culture: Belgian professor
· China to build Qinghai-Tibet electricity transmission line
Government Response Commentary
· Contact opens for Dalai
· Dalai must show sincerity for talks through concrete action
· China strongly opposes US Senate's Tibet resolution
· China's top legislature condemns EP for Tibet resolution
· Hu: Tibet problem entirely internal issue of China
· Work group to restore religious order after Lhasa unrest
· Tibet issue not about human rights
· Why does the Dalai Lama feel helpless?
· Which Dalai Lama to trust?
· An ethnic fiction
· US using 'Tibet issue' to keep check on China
· TYC's terror nature exposed
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