State Department Reports on Human Rights in Tibet

The U.S. State Department released its annual report on human rights situation in Tibet on March 31, 2003. This report is part of the overall Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2002 Released by its Bureau of Democracy

U.S. Accuses China of Broad Human Rights Abuses

The United States accused China of a broad array of human rights violations on Monday including summary executions, torture, forced confessions, suppressing political dissent and denying religious freedom.

Tibetan Political Prisoner Describes Abuse in Chinese Prison

Ngawang Sangdrol, the Tibetan political prisoner who obtained a Chinese exit visa last week to seek medical treament abroad, told RFA that Chinese authorities didn’t officially inform her that she was to leave for the United States until just before she boarded a Chicago-bound airliner.