Geneva:  A group of independent experts have called upon the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) to “act with a sense of urgency” in taking major decisions in protecting human rights and fundamental freedoms in Tibet and Xinjiang province, media reports said. more
China may occupy Tibet physically but not mentally: Dalai Lama

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Tibetan outfits to rally in Delhi in support of Hong Kong anti-Chinese government protesters

New Delhi: Tibetan people in India will participate in a rally in support of anti-China protesters in Hong Kong in the Indian capital city of New Delhi on Friday.

Norway: Hundreds demonstrate outside Chinese Embassy in Oslo to mark Tibetan Uprising Day

Oslo: Hundreds of Tibetan activists marched down to the Chinese Embassy in Norway's capital Oslo city and protested in front of the building to mark the Tibetan Uprising Day recently. ...

China's bi-polar take on 'human rights' riles critics

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