Tibetan demonstration for Dublin today
The Tibetan Community in Ireland and a local support group are to hold a demonstration in Dublin this morning to show solidarity with the people of Tibet.
The march comes as the the authorities in Tibet gave what they called anti-Chinese demonstrators until Monday to surrender.
Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has said he fears there will be more deaths in the Himalayan region unless Beijing changes its policies.
Foreigners who flew out of Lhasa reported hearing repeated gunfire yesterday amid a massive security build-up following the previous day's unrest.
80 people have been confirmed dead, the Tibetan government-in-exile said from India, contradicting the official account in China's state-run media that there were just 10 fatalities.