The plight in Lhasa is becoming more critical

Since from March 10, there have been continuous and serious revolts and protests of Tibetans against China and the plight in Lhasa is becoming more critical. Several numbers of peaceful protesters are being mercilessly massacred and many are injured seriously and are being taken to hospitals, among whom many are dying.

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Two monks are compelled to commit suicide

According to the information gathered by Gu-Chu-Sum Movement of Tibet, two monks of Tashi Lhunpo Monastery in Tibet were compelled to commit suicide. Both the monks Gyal-tsepa Lobsang and Yang-pa Kachen Lochoe were 71 at that time. One of the disciples of Gyal-tsepa Lobsang had propagated an activity related to Tibetan political issue.

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Czech Republic Supports Effective Dialogue on Tibet

Geneva: The Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Parliament passed a resolution supporting for an effective continuation of the dialogue between envoys of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the government of the People’s Republic of China.

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Students stabbed and set alight

Mr Bonomo and his colleague were due to leave for France this month
Two French research students found stabbed to death following a flat fire had been bound and suffered horrific, excessive injuries, police have said.

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