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27 august 2012 001Dharamshala: On 23 August, 2012, a group of Tibetans prisoners who were previously arrested for trying to return to Tibet, were handed from Chinese authority to Nepal police force. Subsequently a day later, they were transferred through the Dam Bridge to the Nepal Department of Immigration (DOI) in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Around March of 2012, a group of Tibetans people were arrested near Nepal-Tibet border, Dinri County, and Lhatse County by Chinese authorities for trying to re-enter their homeland Tibet. Furthermore, they were detained for four months in a prison located in Shigatse city, Tibet Autonomous Region.

Some of the detainees included a 50-year-old businessman named Mr. Akar from Ngaba County of Amdo region, 27-year-old Kunchok Choephel from Tsawa Pashoe County in kham Region, 22-year-old Tsering Dorjee from Kongpo Region, 24-year-old Sonam Detso from Joda County in Kham Region, and 33-year-old named Mr. Choetop from Golok County of Amdo Region.

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