Washington DC — World’s worst human rights abusers such as totalitarian China and other authoritarian regimes were elected to United Nations Human Rights Council despite a record of Human Rights atrocities in decades. The decision to accept the totalitarian communist regime of China into a membership position in a UN body that supposedly values the protection and promotion of human rights is unacceptable, and it has been met with much immediate criticism.

Dharamshala, India — “China’s election to the Council casts an indelible stain on the credibility of the UN Human Rights Council," states Dr Lobsang Sangay with China’s history of human rights violations on people of Tibet, East Turkestan, Southern Mongolia, Hong Kong and other regions under it.

Washington DC — The U.S House Foreign Affairs Committee Thursday approved a resolution promoting autonomy for the Tibetan people and offering them support on a number of issues they face under the repressive rule of the Chinese government.

Dharamshala, India — "This century should be a century of peace. To create a peaceful century, look at inner emotion, We must reduce those emotions which create violence; That also through reasoning," His Holiness the Dalai Lama said during a group of peacebuilders from the "Peace Studio" based in the USA.

Prague — Criticising China’s lack of transparency and disregard for human rights for having caused such a global level crisis, the leader of the Tibetan government in-Exile has warned the European nations in particular of massive economic and social harm that China is capable of. The Tibetan President Dr Lobsang Sangay has strongly alarmed that the world must realise the real China and not the facade they put up of being a powerful nation willing to play by the rules.

London — A group of activists carried out a nighttime projection onto the Parliament building in London last night, broadcasting a video onto its side that called for the UK government to take action against China’s human rights abuses.

Paris — The Paris-based world media watchdog "Reporters Without Borders" (RSF) calls on the EU to stand firm on press freedom and demand Swedish publisher Gui Minhai’s release as a condition to continue investment negotiations with China.

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