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The Kashag Thanks Chinese Lawyers

The Kashag (Cabinet) Welcomes Chinese Lawyers in China for Offering Legal Service to Tibetans We are heartened and inspired to learn that a group of Chinese lawyers based in Mainland China have offered their legal assistance to Tibetan arbitrarily arrested…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 3 April 2008

April 2, 2008: Tawu (Ch: Daofu) County, Karze “Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture,” Sichuan Province- Protest held Monks from Nyatso monastery and laypeople (all from Tawu County) held a protest. No further details available.


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 2 April 2008

In addition to the already released 40 names and details of Tibetans killed during the recent demonstrations, we are releasing four more names (with details) from current death toll list which stands at over 140. They are:


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Western Australia Rally

Organisers Martin Connelly and Helen McLaughlin – Jones and a crowd of over 200 people assembled on 29th March at the Wesley Mission in Perth (Western Australia) to promote public and political awareness of the need for human rights and…


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A timely question Rudd should raise

He was called the world’s youngest political prisoner when, as a six-year-old, he was taken into Chinese custody in 1995. He has not been seen or heard of since. Indeed, the only image the world has of the Tibetan-anointed Panchen…