Update, December 5, 2013: According to information received from Tibetans in exile, Kunchok Tseten died soon after his self-immolation. His body has not been returned to his family.
Five Tibetan Parliamentarians, in a delegation led by Speaker Penpa Tsering, concluded a European tour hosted by ICT last week with an eight-day visit to the UK.
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