<p dir="ltr"><strong><em>Warning: This gallery contains graphic images.</em></strong></p><p dir="ltr">Outside a hospital morgue in New Delhi, India, posters of 27-year-old Tibetan exile <a href="http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/121130-tibet-burning-protest-china/">Jamphel Yeshi</a>, who self-immolated at a protest rally in March, are pasted by fellow Tibetans onto the ambulance that will transport his body.</p><p dir="ltr"><a href="http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/121130-tibet-burning-protest-china-world/">(Read more about Yeshi: "Man on Fire")</a></p>

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Warning: This gallery contains graphic images.

Outside a hospital morgue in New Delhi, India, posters of 27-year-old Tibetan exile Jamphel Yeshi, who self-immolated at a protest rally in March, are pasted by fellow Tibetans onto the ambulance that will transport his body.

(Read more about Yeshi: "Man on Fire")

Photograph by Tsering Topgyal, AP

Pictures: After Fiery Protest, a Tibetan Exile Is Honored

Photos show the final moments of a Tibetan exile who self-immolated at a protest rally in March. Warning: This gallery contains graphic images.

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