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Category: Human Rights
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Tibetan President tells Canada not to put trade above human rights 19.6.2018 Phayul.com
The President of the Central Tibetan Administration, the de facto Tibetan government in exile, this week alerted Canada to be careful when engaging with China in trade agreements. Sangay
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US Secretary Mike Pompeo urges China to engage in direct dialogue with Dalai Lama 13.6.2018 DNA: Money
The US should express publicly that China needs to engage in a meaningful and direct dialogue with the Dalai Lama or his representatives, without preconditions, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told lawmakers, ahead of his visit to Beijing. The Chinese government officials and the Dalai Lama or his representatives have not met in formal negotiations since 2010. The US has encouraged both sides to engage in meaningful and direct dialogue, without preconditions, to lead to a settlement that resolves differences. In response to written questions from Members of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Pompeo said he was committed to press for respect of human rights for Tibetans, including freedom of religion and belief, in his conversations with the Chinese officials, and advocating for the release of Tibetan political prisoners. Pompeo will visit China tomorrow and will exchange views with his Chinese counterpart on bilateral ties and major global and regional issues of common concern , Foreign ...
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Mother of exiled former political prisoner threatened, interrogated 12.6.2018 Phayul.com
A Tibetan political prisoner’s mother and family members have been harassed by Chinese government officials who demanded return to Tibet of their son who left for India in 20
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Tibetans should be allowed to choose their lamas: US government report 9.6.2018 Phayul.com
The Trump administration, in its latest Tibet negotiations report sent to the Congress, expressed concerns about the Chinese government's interference in the selection, education and venerati
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Dalai Lama’s reincarnation should be chosen by Tibetans: US 8.6.2018 Hindu: News
Trump regime ‘concerned’ over China’s interference in the selection, education and veneration of Tibetan Buddhist religious leaders.
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Tibet, Hong Kong, and Taiwan Youth Activists Call for strong Global Action against Xi’s totalitarian rule 7.6.2018 Phayul.com
The 2nd Tibet, Hong Kong, and Taiwan Round Table conference concluded on Wednesday at George Washington University in Washington, DC. The conference brought together a select group of Tibetans, Hong Kongers, and Taiwanese frontline leaders and activist
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UN human rights experts condemn 5-year jail term for Tibetan activist 6.6.2018 Phayul.com
UN human rights experts have condemned the five-year jail sentence handed to Tibetan language right activist Tashi Wangchuk by a Chinese court for his work to promote cultural and lin
CTA holds prayer service for jailed Tibetan activist Tashi Wangchuk 2.6.2018 Phayul.com
The exile Tibetan government known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration based here on Friday held a prayer ceremony at Tsuglakhang temple “to express solidarity with the sufferings of the Tibetan self-immolators and jailed Tibetan language advocate Tashi Wang
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Tibetan monk's personal account alleges rampant rape, torture in China's 'Reeducation Centres' 29.5.2018 Phayul.com
A first hand account from a diary of a Tibetan monk has revealed the dark secrets of China’s patriotic reeducation centres, where Tibetan nuns are allegedly raped, according to the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democr
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Tibetan rights group condemns sentencing of language rights crusader 24.5.2018 Phayul.com
The Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), the only rights group run by Tibetans that monitors human rights situation inside Tibet, has condemned “in strongest terms” the
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Canada asks China to free Tibetan language rights activist 24.5.2018 Phayul.com
The Canadian government has called on the Chinese leadership to immediately and unconditionally release Tibetan language rights activist Tashi Wangchuk, who was sentenced to five years in
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China warns countries against criticizing Tibetan activist's sentencing 23.5.2018 General News
China on Wednesday cautioned countries against criticizing the five-year prison sentence handed down to Tibetan language activist Tashi Wangchuk, urging them not to interfere in its domestic affairs and avoid jeopardizing bilateral relations.
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China dismisses EU's criticism against Tibetan activist sentence 23.5.2018 General News
China today dismissed the criticism from foreign countries over the five years sentence to Tibetan language rights activist Tashi Wangchuk, saying that other countries should not interfere in its internal affairs. Wangchuk, 33, was arrested in early 2016, two months after he was featured in a New York Times video and article about Tibetan language education. A Chinese judge sentenced him to five years in prison for inciting separatism. The judicial department of China has dealt with the Wangchuk's case according to local laws and regulations, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang told the media here when asked about EU's criticism of the sentence. The French Foreign Ministry too has criticised the sentencing. "Hope other countries and governments will not interfere in China's internal affairs and this will influence bilateral relations between China and other countries," Lu said. The Chair of the EU Subcommittee on Human Rights, Pier Antonio Panzeri, expressed grave concern over the ...
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Tibetan language right activist sentenced to five years 22.5.2018 Phayul.com
Tibetan language right activist Tashi Wangchuk has been sentenced to five years imprisonment earlier today by Yushu Intermediate People’s Court, in Jyekundo County in the Kham region of Tibet, his
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China sentences Tibetan activist to 5 years in jail 22.5.2018 All News-IANS Stories
A Tibetan education activist was on Tuesday sentenced to five years in prison by a Chinese court for inciting separatism, Amnesty International (AI) said, calling the sentence "unjust" and urging his immediate release.
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China jails Tibetan language activist for five years, human rights bodies cry foul 22.5.2018 Zee News : World
Tashi Wangchuk, according to Chinese authorities, is guilty of inciting separatism. All that Wangchuk wants, however, is to preserve the Tibetan language.
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China’s repugnant campaign to destroy a minority people 21.5.2018 Washington Post: Editorials
An archipelago of “reeducation” camps has sprung up to exterminate Islam.
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30 Tibetans detained for mining protest, one missing 15.5.2018 Phayul.com
The Chinese authorities of Driru County in Nagchu Prefecture have arrested 30 Tibetans with one reported missing following opposition to a mining project by local Tibetans from Markor, Wathang and Gochu in Driru County, Nagchu Prefecture, in eastern Tibet, on April 2, acco
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EP delegation extends support to Middle Way 10.5.2018 Phayul.com
A delegation of European Parliament members currently on a visit to the exile Tibetan headquarters have extended their support to the official policy of the Central Tibetan administrati
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European Parliament members for peaceful solution on Tibet 9.5.2018 General News
Members of the European Parliament have favoured genuine autonomy for the people of Tibet and restarting a dialogue between the Dalai Lama's envoys and the Chinese government, the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) said on Wednesday.
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