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China Executes Four Tibetans Near Lhasa, Tibet

Dharamshala: Gu Chu Sum, the Tibetan ex-political prisoners' movement in Dharamsala, India, reports that four Tibetans were executed at 11am on Tuesday in Toelung county, near Lhasa, the Tibetan capital.

Last Updated on Friday, 23 October 2009 17:57
 
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Eight Tibetans arrested in Jodha County, Eastern Tibet

Dharamshala: An anonymous source reports that eight Tibetans have been arrested by the Chinese armed police in Jodha County, Degay area, Eastern Tibet. The arrests were made in response to farmers from the county refusing to sow crops, in protest against the Chinese government.
 
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Three Tibetans Arrested in Sogdzong County, eastern Tibet

A source from Tibet said on October 1st, three young Tibetan adults were arrested by Chinese police in Sogdzong County, eastern Tibet. Gyaltsen, aged 25, Nyima Wangchuk, 24, and Yeshe Namkha, 25 - all residents of Dara village - were taken to Nagchu county and have not been heard from since. Police have refused the arrestees' families any contact with them. Last Updated on Friday, 16 October 2009 17:26
 
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Heavy snowstorms pound Northwestern Tibet

Government news sources in Beijing report that for the past week Ngari region of northwestern Tibet (referred to as Ali by Chinese) has been pounded with heavy snowstorms resulting in approximately 30 cm of accumulation. Pulan County was hit hardest, with meter-thick drifts in places that disabled vital roads connecting townships. Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2009 16:54
 
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Update: China Sentences Two Tibetan Social Activists

Dharamshala: Among the hundreds of Tibetans who were tortured and arbitrarily sentenced to jail for protesting the 50th anniversary of repressive Chinese rule in Tibet last year, two Tibetan social activists received harsh prison sentences of 14 to 15 years from the People's Court in Lhasa, according to information received by the Central Tibetan Administration. Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2009 15:27
 
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China conducts second anti-terror drill in past week in Tibetan capital Lhasa

Dharamshala: This morning, the occupying Chinese army in Tibet conducted the second of two anti-terror drills in the past week to safeguard against a "criminal gang" plotting a large scale explosion in Tibetan capital Lhasa. Officials said that holding such simulated attacks would enhance police and military personnel's ability to handle emergencies and bolster their determination and self-confidence, effectively maintaining social stability in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 September 2009 16:10
 

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