The Olympic torch relay made its way through Tibet's capital Saturday amid heavy security three months after deadly riots against Chinese rule, in a move condemned by rights groups. Hand-picked spectators cheered runners as they carried the torch through Lhasa, after the relay started in front of Norbulingka, the former summer palace of the Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader. Paramilitary police kept a close watch from the ground and from surrounding buildings, while the area was closed off to everyone except those given special passes to attend the relay, a foreign news agency photographer witnessed.