Paris, France Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Chinese communist regime to immediately free the citizen-journalist Zhen Jianghua in accordance with their own legislation, which limits incommunicado detention in the Chinese equivalent of “black sites” to a maximum of six months.

Canberra — Tibetans continued to endure under Chinese occupation in Tibet today, Niece of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche told the Human Rights Sub-Committee of the Australian parliament.

Dharamshala — The Canada Tibet Committee held a workshop in partnership with the University of Ottawa’s Human Rights Research and Education Center on the implications that the Canada-China Free Trade Agreement might have on human rights in Tibet.

Dharamshala — The United States Congress approved a spending bill last week which allots a total $17 million dollars for Tibetans; including Tibetans inside occupied Tibet and Tibetan communities in exile in India and Nepal.

Dharamshala — As India and China refresh their ties and alignments, Tibetan leaders face another blow, as a global lawmakers' meeting on Tibet has also officially been cancelled.

Dharamshala — Former political prisoner Dhondup Wangchen and Office of Tibet Representative Ngodup Tsering joined forces to meet with US members of congress and Minnesota state legislation on March 22-23.

Jammu, J&K, India — “The only way to create a peaceful world is to solve problems through dialogue based on a respect for others’ rights and views," His Holiness the Dalai Lama said, adding: "Unless we limit the use of force and the development of nuclear weapons the 21st century will become a century of disaster."

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