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CHINA-TIBET/PROVINCES
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April 09, 2008 
A Tibetan woman pulls a cart along a road, past a socialist propaganda slogan written on the side of... 
Mianyang, China 
To match feature CHINA-TIBET/PROVINCES 
A Tibetan woman pulls a cart along a road, past a socialist propaganda slogan written on the side of a home, near a Tibetan village on the outskirts of the township of Hezuo in the southwestern area of Gansu province March 30, 2008. Across China's mountainous west, armed troops watch over the Tibetan monasteries and towns that have emerged as hotbeds of protest kindled by traditions of defiance and newer economic grievances. More than the Tibet Autonomous Region itself, where the upsurge of anti-Chinese protests and riots erupted last month, the historically Tibetan parts of neighbouring provinces have defied efforts to smother unrest with troop convoys, roadblocks and patrols, and warnings of harsh punishment to lawbreakers. Picture taken March 30, 2008. TO MATCH FEATURE CHINA-TIBET/PROVINCES REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
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