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China’s database of living Buddhas is the latest attempt to control Tibetan affairs, Hannah Beech, 11/12/2015, Time

Tibet is the canary in the coal mine | Richard Gere, 10/12/2015, Aljazeera

China calls on its Panchen Lama to shun the Dalai Lama, 10/12/2015, Tibetan Review

China cracks down on aggrieved party cadres in Xinjiang and Tibet | Simon Denyer, 8/12/2015, Guardian (from Washington Post)

Tibet’s plea: fix the roof of the world before it’s too late | Lobsang Sangay, 12/11/2015, Canberra Times

Dalai Lama says strong action on climate change is a human responsibility | 20/10/2015, Guardian (from Associated Press)

Dalai Lama remains at Mayo clinic after cancelling US events, 28/09/2015, Guardian

Dalai Lama: ‘religious rock star’ to spread message of peace at O2, 19/09/2015, Guardian

Dalai Lama spokesperson dismisses Australian tour protesters as a ‘cult’, Calla Wahlquist, 14/09/2015, Guardian

Refugee crisis: Dalai Lama in plea to put ‘interests of humanity’ first, Harriet Sherwood, 14/09/2015, Guardian

The Dalai Lama at 80, Katy Stoddard, 02/07/2015, Guardian

Dalai Lama visit to Buddhist centre met with ‘sectarian’ protests | Mark Tran, 29/06/2015, Guardian

Dalai Lama tells Glastonbury of the need to speak out on climate change |Hannah Ellis-Petersen and Josh Halliday, 28/06/2015, Guardian

Genocide in the 20th century> China’s massacres in Tibet: 1966-1976 | Editorial, 26 June 2015, LhasaDaily

Dalai Lama and Desmund Tutu collaborate on Book of Joy | Alison Flood, 15/04/2015, Guardian

Barack Obama attacked by Chinese media for ‘chumming’ with Dalai Lama | Jonathan Kaiman, 06/02/2015, Guardian