User: norgay Topic: Tibet
Category: Human Rights
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UK lawmakers call for Liverpool FC to scrap deal with Chinese company 20.4.2018 Phayul.com
A group of legislators from across political lines in United Kingdom on Thursday wrote to Liverpool football club to scrap the controversial deal with a Chinese company producing bottled wa
Two monks detained by China for sharing “illegal contents” on WeChat 19.4.2018 Phayul.com
Two Tibetan monks have been detained by Chinese authorities for sharing what is deemed "illegal content online" on Monday, in Tsang Monastery in Ba Dzong or Gepasumdo County in Tsolho Tibeta
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US could sanction Chinese officials over Xinjiang abuses 18.4.2018 General News
A senior US official says the United States would pursue sanctions on Chinese officials involved in a sweeping security crackdown in the western region of Xinjiang if they were deemed appropriate for designation under a law targeting human rights offenders. Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Laura Stone said today that the US was deeply concerned about China's detention of at least "tens of thousands" of ethnic Uighurs and other Muslims and could take action under the 2016 Global Magnitsky Act. Beijing has defended its crackdown as a "People's War on Terror." The programme has swept up countless people without legal due process, including relatives of American citizens. US lawmakers raised the possibility of Magnitsky Act sanctions in April, signaling growing alarm in Washington over human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
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Tibetan President in DC, Special Coordinator for Tibet and Reciprocal Access to Tibet bill among key agenda 13.4.2018 Phayul.com
The President of the exiled Tibetan government, known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration, who is in the United States on an official visit met with key American politicians in the c
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Tibetan activist detained in Nepal for posing with Tibetan flag 29.3.2018 Phayul.com
A Tibetan man was reportedly detained for 10 days and threatened to be deported back to Tibet by Nepalese police for a photo he posted on Facebook in which he posed with Tibeta
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People in China are turning to a power higher than the party 27.3.2018 Washington Post: Op-Eds
People in China are turning to a power higher than the party
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New China 'crime' crackdown targets threats to party rule 16.3.2018 General News
As Tibetans prepared to celebrate a Buddhist new year festival with prayers and dance, police officers went to schools, airports and public squares to read out "21 kinds of dark and evil forces," a list of new criminal targets. "Number Two: Individuals associated with the Dalai Lama clique" supporters of the Tibetan spiritual leader said the list issued by the Chinese region's public security bureau. Slightly further down the list were people described as "Protecting the Mother Tongue" those seeking to preserve the Tibetan language. These targets are part of a new campaign against alleged organized crime in China that expands the range of people law enforcement officials can take into custody in the name of preserving peace and order. Analysts say the crackdown will help President Xi Jinping win political support in village, county and other lower-level jurisdictions. That could boost his legitimacy as he prepares to rule the country indefinitely following a surprise move to ...
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Exile Tibetan Parliament begins session to discuss 2017-18 budget 14.3.2018 Phayul.com
The legislative wing of the exile Tibetan government, known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration on Wednesday began the budget session of the 2017-18 fiscal year. This is t
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US leader Pelosi seeks efforts for meaningful Tibet autonomy 10.3.2018 General News
On the 59th anniversary of Tibetan Uprising Day, a top American leader today sought to re-energise international efforts to ensure meaningful autonomy for Tibet. "If we do not speak out for human rights in Tibet because of economic concerns, then we lose all moral authority to talk about human rights in any other place in the world," Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, said in a statement. Every year, Tibetan Uprising Day commemorates resistance to occupation of Chinese government forces in Tibet on March 10, 1959. "Let us move forward together, renewed by the enduring faith of the Tibetan people and His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and re-energise our efforts to ensure meaningful autonomy for Tibet and guarantee that the culture, religion and human rights of the Tibetan people be fully and forever respected," Pelosi said. Nearly 60 years ago, the Tibetan people stood defiant in the face of oppression and brutality, she said. "Guided by their great faith and dignity, the Tibetan people ...
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US leader Pelosi seeks efforts for meaningful Tibetan autonomy 10.3.2018 Hindu: International
Senator Patrick Leahy introduced a resolution in the US Senate to commemorate the 59th anniversary of the Tibetan uprising, which affirms support for the Tibetan people’s fundamental human rights and freedoms, including their right to self-determination.
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UN Rights chief expresses concern over situation in China 9.3.2018 Phayul.com
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, expressed concerns over the lack of fundamental rights in China under the rule of Chinese Presid
China should grant UN rights experts access into Tibet: HRW 9.3.2018 Phayul.com
International rights watchdog, Human Rights Watch, (HRW) said that China should allow UN experts into Tibetan areas to ‘document alleged rights violations and report publicly on possible account
'Xi is a black box' 9.3.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'The American fear of the Chinese military is overblown. The countries that should be concerned are China's neighbours,' Jeffrey Wasserstrom tells Rahul Jacob.
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Tibet remains second least free region: Freedom House 2018 report 5.3.2018 Phayul.com
A US-based human rights advocacy group in its latest report has listed the so-called Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) as the second least free region in the wor
China’s revised law on religion threat to survival of Buddhism: Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights 3.3.2018 Phayul.com
Warsaw-based human rights group at the ongoing 37th Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva yesterday expressed its grave concern regarding the adverse im
Tibetan NGOs call on UN, international community to hold China accountable 2.3.2018 Phayul.com
Ahead of the 59th anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising Day and the 10th anniversary of 2008 Pan Tibet Uprising, five Dharamshala-based Tibetan NGOs called on the United Nations and
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International community should coordinate its approach on China: President Sangay 1.3.2018 Phayul.com
The President of the exile Tibetan government, known officially as the Central Tibetan Administration, has said that coordination of approach by international community is needed while dealing
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International Rights groups urge UN Member states to press China at ongoing session 28.2.2018 Phayul.com
A coalition of international human rights group has urged select UN member states to question China on human rights advocates who have been persecuted by Beijing, at the UN Human Rights
China uses big data in Xinjiang to detain people before crime 28.2.2018 General News
The Chinese government is using artificial intelligence system, called Integrated Joint Operations Platform, in Xinjiang region to place people in political re-education centres and help Chinese authorities spot a crime before it happens.The "Orwellian" system, being used in the region, whose largely Muslim Uyghur population has been accused of committing acts of terror in China and abroad, assembles and passes data from facial-recognition cameras, WiFi internet sniffers, license-plate cameras, police checkpoints, banking and police reports made on mobile apps from home visits, The Global and Mail cited a Human Rights Watch report as saying.If the system flags anything suspicious - a large purchase of fertilizer or stockpiles of food considered a marker of terrorism - it notifies police who respond the same day and act accordingly."Who ought to be taken, should be taken," says the report by the rights organisation.Another official report shows how information generated by the IJOP is .
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Repression severe in Tibetan populated areas: Amnesty International report 24.2.2018 Phayul.com
Global rights watchdog, Amnesty International, in its annual report of 2017-18 released on Thursday said that repression carried out under ‘anti-separatism’ campaigns remained severe in Tibet
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