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The protests that have surrounded the Olympic torch relay are a "crisis" but not the biggest challenge faced by the International Olympic Committee, president Jacques Rogge said Thursday.

"It is a crisis, there's no doubt about that," Rogge said at a news conference in Beijing. "But the IOC has weathered many bigger storms."

Despite the protests -- which have centered around human rights in Tibet -- the torch relay will go on, but Rogge said organizers will reconsider holding such international relays for future Olympic Games. Read full article »

CNN's John Vause in Beijing, China contributed to this report

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