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Source: AP,26 Feb,2011
Bloomington, Indiana - A brother and two sons of the Dalai Lama's nephew say they'll complete his walk to bring attention to the campaign for freedom in Chinese-controlled Tibet, picking up where Jigme Norbu man died last week in Florida.
Kunga Norbu and two of Jigme Norbu's sons plan to continue the walk on Wednesday through Saturday in Florida. The Herald Times of Bloomington says 13-year-old Tenzin and nine-year-old Jensen Norbu will walk, but their six-year-old brother won't make the walk due to his age.
The 45-year-old Jigme Norbu was struck and killed by a sport utility vehicle February 14, about 40 kilometres south of St Augustine. It happened on the first day of a 480-kilometre walk.
The family also says it will have a memorial service March 1 at Bloomington City Hall.
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