Police break up Tibetan protest in Katmandu, arresting at least 20

Police broke up a protest by 200 Tibetans in the Nepalese capital on Saturday, beating them with bamboo batons and arresting at least 20 of them. The Tibetans held banners reading "Free Tibet. Stop the killings in Tibet" as they demonstrated in front of the United Nations office in Katmandu. Nepalese police charged the crowd with batons and arrested 20 people. It was not immediately clear on what grounds they were being held or if they would be charged. A police official said the officers had orders to clear the streets in front of the UN office. He spoke on condition of anonymity, citing policy