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The Dalai Lama addresses journalists at his hotel in London on May 23, 2008. Prime Minister Gordon Brown held "very warm and constructive" talks with the Dalai Lama Friday, his office said, pledging Britain's full support towards a rapprochement between Tibet and China. The 25-minute meeting -- held at the Archbishop of Canterbury's official residence on the south bank of the River Thames in London -- was the most contentious part of an 11-day visit by the Tibetan spiritual leader. AFP PHOTO/CARL DE SOUZA
Dalaj Lama
2008-05-23
EAST NEWS
AFP
CARL DE SOUZA
DV320164
0,78MB
18cm x 21cm przy 300dpi
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