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Five Tibetans jailed over alleged anti-Communist movement in Tibet

Dharamshala — A confirmed report coming out of Tibet says five Tibetans, include two writers have been sentenced to varying prison terms by the Intermediate People's court in Nyakchukha County of (incorporated to China's Sichuan Province) eastern Tibet. Two of them were re-arrested after briefly released from prison in this week.

Last Updated on Sunday, 25 September 2016 15:46
 
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Two Buddhist monks jailed over allegedly sharing information on Tibet

Dharamshala — The Chinese authorities in Sangchu County, north-eastern Tibet have sentenced two Tibetan monks to one year and a half each for allegedly sharing online information about events in Tibet abroad.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 September 2016 15:30
 
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Tibetan language advocate imprisoned after NY Times interview

 

New York – Following an interview with the New York Times, a Tibetan man has been imprisoned on false charges, according to his lawyer.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 September 2016 17:10
 
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US journalist goes Facebook live in Tibet, suggests loosening policy

Dharamshala — Washington Post Beijing Bureau Chief Simon Denyer made history this week as he went live in front of the Potala Palace in Lhasa, the traditional capital of Tibet.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 September 2016 18:19
 
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Advocacy group condemns new TAR boss for crackdowns in Tibet

Washington, DC — Unlike most of his predecessors, the newly appointed party chief of the Tibet Autonomous Region, Wu Yingjie is known for his involvement advancing hardline Party campaigns and crackdowns in Tibet, said the Washington-based Tibet advocacy group.

Last Updated on Thursday, 08 September 2016 14:11
 
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Xi's Tibet trip indicates China aims to further militarize the plateau

Washington, DC — The President of the People's Republic of China, Xi Jinping's recent visit to Qunhai province, the northwestern region of Tibet, suggests the party's confirmation of plans to further militarize the plateau, in addition to the exploitation of minerals and water, and the continued relocation of nomads, as a report from the International Campaign for Tibet suggests.

 

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Don't let China interfere with US academic freedom:  Advocacy group

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Cyclists demonstrate in Taiwan ahead of the 60th Tibet uprising day

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China objects to Tibetan PM's presence at US Ambassador's dinner

China objects to Tibetan PM's presence at US Ambassador's dinner

Dharamshala — Following a dinner hosted ...

Tibetan govt to highlight the the human rights violations in Tibet at UN

Tibetan govt to highlight the the human rights violations in Tibet at UN

Geneva — Officials said the Central Tibe...