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UN Assurance Acknowledgement of Very Grim Situation in Tibet: Kalon Tripa

Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay, the political leader of Tibetan government in exile. Photo: Outlook TibetDHARAMSHALA: Kalon Tripa Dr Lobsang Sangay said the UN’s assurance to the three Tibetan hunger strikers to send a special rapporteurs to probe situation in Tibet is an “acknowledgement of a very grim situation in Tibet, and a sign of support for the truth and just cause of Tibet”.

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China's Twitter-Spam War Against Pro-Tibet Activists

People use computers at an internet cafe in Hefei, Anhui province / Reuters Beijing believes it has a real interest in trying to shape online discussions, but can spamming people work?. Over the last week, supporters of Tibet, and the merely curious, have seen information warfare up close.

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Tibetan protests a reason for Wen not coming to Nepal: Media

Prime Minister Wen Jiabao of China. Photo: FileFrom Shirish B Pradhan Kathmandu, Dec 14 (PTI) The last-minute postponement of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's maiden visit to Nepal has sparked off speculation in the media here which cited 'security threat' and 'increasing activities of Tibetan exiles' as the reasons behind Beijing's surprise move.

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Tibetan self-immolators dismissed as 'criminals' by Chinese officials

Images of self-immolations in Tibet. Photo: Outlook TibetFor authorities, Tibetans who die burning in protest are 'people with very bad reputation and criminal records.'

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama Concludes Two-Day Program in Finland

A packed auditorium inside Barona Arena, the venue for His Holiness' teaching and public talk on Saturday 20 August.

Helsinki, Finland, 20 August 2011 - The spiritual leade of Tibet, His Holiness the Dalai Lama ended his two-day program in Finland this afternoon with a public talk to an audience of 7,000 people on the subject of "The Power of Compassion."

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Vietnamese Buddhist leader sends Message of Solidarity

he Most Venerable Thich Quang Do, Patriarch of the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam (UBCV), Photo: FileDharamshala, India: - The Most Venerable Thich Quang Do, Patriarch of the Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam (UBCV), sent his message of solidarity to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan people over the recent crackdown on Tibetans inside Tibet, following the series of self immolations.

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Asia Regional Meeting of Tibet Support Groups in Dharamshala

Around 50 Tibet supporters from Asia, Europe and America are taking part in the third Asia regional meeting convened by the International Tibet Network, which began this morning at the TCV school in upper Dharamsala. Photo: by Sangay Kyab/TibetNet

Dharamshala, India: Around 50 Tibet supporters from Asia, Europe and America are taking part in the third Asia regional meeting convened by the International Tibet Network, which began this morning at the TCV school in upper Dharamshala.

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Berkeley City Council Passes Resolution in Support of Tibet

Berkeley Councilman Kriss Worthington (left) and Mayor Tom Bates (right). Photo: FIleCalifornia: - On January 31st, a resolution I wrote with a good friend was unanimously approved by the City Council of Berkeley, California -- the first of its kind in the United States.  Its passage was not coordinated by any organization, and its significance cannot be dismissed to the status of a merely symbolic gesture to China.

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Tibetans and Taiwanese Stage a Bicycle Rally for Tibet

It's cold and rain Sunday in Taipei, but they have no fear. over 49 tibetans and Taiwanese supporters cycling to give a salute to the martyrs of Tibet. ( Photos: TPI/Small P)

Taipei: - Despite stormy weather conditions in Taipei Sunday, 2nd October 49 people —Tibetans and Taiwanese alike — staged a bicycle rally in the city to commemorate Tibetan monks who set themselves alight to protest China’s rule over Tibet.

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Violence and censorship on the rise in Asia

RSF website and logo. Photo created by screen shot. Outlook TibetParis: - Violence and impunity persist in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Philippines, more repression in Sri Lanka, Vietnam and China. In Afghanistan (150th) and Pakistan (151st), violence remained the main concern for journalists, who were under constant threat from the Taliban, religious extremists, separatist movements and political groups.

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US Govt. Reports Severe Repression of Religious Freedom in Tibet

Hillary Clinton, the US State Department. Photo: FIle

Dharamshala, India: The US State Department in its International Religious Freedom Report, which was published Tuesday (13 September), said the Chinese government's repression of religious freedom remained severe in Tibet during the reporting period of July-December 2010. (Read full report)

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His Holiness the Dalai Lama conclude Bodh Gaya Kalachakra teaching to over 200,000

His Holiness the Dalai Lama and senior monks from Namgyal Monastery blessing the mandela ritual prayer at the main temple of Kalachakra, Bodhgaya, Bihar state of India. Photo: Outlook TibetBihar, India -- More than 200,000 people from 63 countries attended the Dalai Lama’s 32nd Kalachakra teachings which concluded at Buddhism’s holiest place of Bodh Gaya in the Indian state of Bihar on Jan 10.

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A Retrospective: The Dalai Lama in Latin America

Monterrey .- His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Tibet's spiritual leader arriving in Monterrey, hosted by Mayor of Monterrey MMarco Antonio Karam at Monterrey International Airport as part of his four day visit to Mexico. Photo:

Twenty two years ago, in 1989, His Holiness the Dalai Lama visited Costa Rica and Mexico. That was His Holiness’ first visit to the Latin American region. At the invitation of Dr. Oscar Arias Sanchez, then President of Costa Rica, His Holiness participated in the conference “In Search of the True Meaning of Peace” organized by the University for Peace.

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'China Is Refusing To Exercise Its Own Law,' - Tibet's Political Leader

Kalon tripa, Dr. Lobsang Sangay and his information minister, Ms. Dicki Chhoyang during a press conference being held at Bodhgaya, Bihar State of India, 5th January 2012. Photo: Outlook TibetBodh Gaya, India: The newly elected political leader of Tibet shares concerns that racial discrimination could be the reason for China's refusal of exercising its constitutional provision. At the request of more than a dozen foreign journalists, a press conference was organised by the exiled government on Thursday, January 5 and moderated by Ms. Dicki Chhoyang, minister of the information department and international relations.

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China Cancels Meeting with Estonian Minister

His Holiness pointing to a banner saying "We know the Truth" Tibet is in Our Heart" Thousands in Tallinn, Estonia welcome Tibetan spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, 18th August 2011. Photo: TPI/Evelin

Dharamshala: Due to the reception of the spiritual leader of Tibet His Holiness the Dalai Lama during his visit to Estonia this past August, China has cancelled the official visit of Estonian Agriculture Minister Helir-Valdor Seeder.

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Hollywood Star, Richard Gere Wins George Eastman Award

Renée Zellweger & Richard Gere’s pictures: richard-gere-and-renee-zellweger-on-golden-globe Richard Gere, Hollywood star and activist, a tireless promoter of human rights in Tibet has been announced as the next recipient of the George Eastman House Award for his work in film and his dedication to humanitarian causes.

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Special Prayer Service for late Tsewang Norbu Organised in Taiwan

A prayer ceremony in memory of Buddhist monk who set on fire himself to protest Chinese rule over Tibet. Photo: Outlook Tibet

Taipei, Taiwan: - The Tibet Religious Foundation of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Taiwan-Tibetan Welfare Association jointly organised a special prayer service on 21 August in memory of late Tsewang Norbu, a monk of Nyatso Monastery in eastern Tibet who self immolated while calling for freedom of Tibet and return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to Tibet on 15 August.

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Top Most Dangerous Places For Reporters, China Among the Biggest Prisons

A total of 66 journalists were killed and more than 1,000 injured while working 2011. Photo: RSFParis, France: - Several of the Middle Eastern countries that experienced political unrest and continued protests over the past year are among the world’s most dangerous places for journalists, according to a new list released by Reporters Without Borders. A total of 66 journalists were killed and more than 1,000 injured while working this year, according to the Paris-based media rights watchdog.

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Candle-Vigil in Memory of the Deceased Tibetan Monk in Germany

Candlelight-Vigil in Memory of the Deceased Tibetan Mon, Ven Tsewang Norbu, Saturday, 2oth August 2011, in Germany. Photo: TPI

Berlin: - On Saturday August 20th, a candlelight vigil was observed by Tibetans and Tibet supporters in the German capital, Berlin to pay their homage to the late Tsewang Norbu, a 29-year old monk from Nyitso monastery in Kham Tawu in eastern Tibet.

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Russian University Honours Dalai Lama For His Outstanding Work Of Peace

The Russian Federal State Education Institute- Tuva State University Honouring His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet for his outstanding work of peace and religious harmony, Dharamshala, India, 21st December 2011. Photo: World News NetworkAfter three days of teaching and initiation events in Dharamshala, India, today, December 21st, the Russian Federal State Education Institute, Tuva State University, has awarded His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, an Honorary Doctorate in recognition of his outstanding input to freedom, human rights, religious harmony and environmental protection.

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