Tibetan Land Protesters Get Lengthy Jail Terms in Action Against Gansu Slaughterhouse

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10 Tibetans drew stiff jail terms at the end of June in China’s Gansu province after trying to obstruct building and construction of a slaughterhouse and requiring settlement for taken land in demonstrations that Chinese authorities stated had “disturbed social order,” RFA has actually discovered. Founded guilty at the end of a two-day trial held […]

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Tibetan Monasteries Closed to Outside Visitors on Dalai Lama’s Birthday

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Chinese authorities fanned out throughout Tibetan locations of China over the weekend, warning Tibetan monasteries not to host “outside visitors” throughout the 85 th birthday on July 6 of banished spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, a source in exile stated. Locations covered by the restriction consisted of monasteries in western China’s Sichuan and Qinghai provinces, […]

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Tibetan Students, State Workers Barred From Religious Events in Lhasa

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Chinese authorities are carefully seeing civil servant and students in Tibet’s local capital Lhasa throughout the Buddhist holy month of Legend Dawa, prohibiting them from taking part in standard religious events, according to sources in Tibet. Legend Dawa, which falls on the 4th month of the Tibetan lunar calendar and started this year on Might […]

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UN Human Rights Experts Call on China to Free Jailed Tibetan Community Leader

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United Nations human rights experts called on China on Tuesday to release and drop charges versus Anya Sengdra, a Tibetan community leader in Qinghai’s Golog Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture now serving a seven-year jail term for grumbling online about corrupt authorities, prohibited mining, and the searching of safeguarded wildlife. ” We are deeply worried by what […]

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Tibetan Exile Leaders, World Lawmakers Call on China to Free Panchen Lama

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Tibet’s India-based exile federal government and fans in the United States called on Beijing on Monday to free Tibet’s second- best-known spiritual leader the Panchen Lama, who vanished as a young young boy into Chinese custody on 25 years back on Might 17 and is thought to be suffering under house arrest in a concealed […]

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Tibetan Monk Dies After Living Two Years With Torture Injuries Sustained in Custody

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A Tibetan monk who contravened of Chinese authorities in 2017 for sharing messages from the banished Dalai Lama has actually died, after investing the last couple of years in bad health from the torture he experienced while in custody as a political detainee that year, RFA has actually found out. Gendun Sherab is thought to […]

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Tibetan Father, Son Detained For Listening to Dalai Lama Teachings

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A senior Tibetan male and his son were detained in the Tibet Autonomous Area at the end of in 2015 for listening to teachings by banished spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, RFA’s Tibetan service has actually discovered. Jampa Dorje, 75, and his son were apprehended by Chinese authorities on or around Dec. 30, 2019, in […]

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Former Tibetan Political Prisoner Tashi Phuntsok Dies at 60

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Former political prisoner Tashi Phuntsok, 60, has actually passed away in Lithang (in Chinese, Litang) county, a Tibetan area in Sichuan province, where the monk had actually staged demonstrations versus logging by China and suffered poundings in prison, an exile source informed RFA. “He was severely beaten while in prison and he became chronically ill […]

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