Dalai Lama's Status in Tibet Uncertain

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The remote Himalayan region of Tibet hosts the first formal delegation of representatives of the exiled Dalai Lama in 20 years. While the spiritual leader still is revered by many around the world, his influence inside Tibet may be weakening. In the third of a series of reports from Tibet, hear NPR's Rob Gifford.



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