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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 7 August 2008

26 July 2008: Nangchen (Ch: Nangqian) County, Yushul “TAP”, Kham Province (incorporated into the Chinese province of Qinghai) – Four arbitrarily arrested for shouting freedom slogans One person from each household in Drogshog township, Nangchen county, was forced by the…



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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 1 August 2008

Karze (Ch: Ganzi) County, Karze “TAP”, Kham Province (incorporated into the Chinese province of Sichuan) – A series of peaceful protests still being staged by the youth at the county government office On 17 July, Yonten Gyatso, a 19-year-old nun…


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Press Release from the Tibetan Solidarity Committee

July 30, 2008: The People’s Republic of China recently adopted what it called “Four Non-Supports” policy in regard to His Holiness the Dalai Lama. This policy emphasized to openly and explicitly promise not to support activities hampering the Beijing Olympic…


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Update on Tibet Demonstrations, 31 July 2008

June 2008: Lhasa – Some arrested protestors from Lhundup county given sentences Some of the people, who were arrested for participating in protests on 15-16 March at Phenpo Lhundup (Ch: Lingzhi) county, were given arbitrary sentences by the concerned court…