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Petition against Chinese mining on a sacred mountain in Tibet rejected

Dharamshala — Following up the protest against mining in Akhori Township, Chuchen County, Ngaba, Amdo Tibet, Tibet Post International (TPI) recently received updates from local contacts. Our report on May 25 covered that the local government started construction relating to a mining project at the holy mountain in Akhori Township, and was fiercely protested by the local Tibetans.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 May 2016 10:34
 
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Mining protest repressed in Amdo, Tibet, several beaten and detained

Dharamshala — In order to mine the minerals at the holy Mountain in Akhori Township Chuchen County, Ngaba, Amdo Tibet, the Chinese government started road construction in the name of building a new power station.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2016 03:25
 
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Hundreds of villagers plead for improvement of living condition in Tibet

Dharamshala — Hundreds of Tibetans in Khanya Township (Ch: Kaniang), Drakgo County (Ch: Luhuo), just signed a petition to plead with the local government to investigate the severe living condition in the township of Kham region, eastern Tibet.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2016 03:54
 
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For Tibet's Culture, I want to self-immolate: Monk reportedly said

Dharamshala — Latest source emerges that the arrest of Jampa Gelek, a monk from Tawu Nyatso Monastery, came after Chinese authorities reportedly found information that he might set himself on fire, to protest against Chinese rule in Tibet.

 
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Chinese authorities arrest a young monk in Tibet for unknown reason

Dharamshala — A Tibetan monk, was arrested in Tawu county town, Kham region of eastern Tibet, on May 16, without giving any specific reasons.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 May 2016 19:55
 
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CPJ's open letter to Xi urges to end press restrictions in Tibet

New York — A U.S.-based media watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists says it has sent an open letter to Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday, calling for a serious and thorough investigation into reports that authorities tortured Tibetan writer Lomig and asking about the reasons for his imprisonment.

Last Updated on Friday, 13 May 2016 17:20
 
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