More than 150 people paraded silently through downtown Seattle Saturday afternoon to show solidarity with Tibetans killed and imprisoned by the Chinese government
A group of local Tibetan-Americans protested Saturday outside the Chinese Consulate in Chicago in solidarity with those in Tibet demonstrating this week against almost 50 years of Chinese rule
“I want to join the peace march to Tibet and go home to my family in Lhasa, who miss me and need me” said Chonzom, repeatedly in tears, a grade VIII student of Tibetan Homes School
Tibetan exiles around the world are becoming increasingly impatient and restless over China’s continuing brutality in Tibet
Pro-Tibetan demonstrations continued around Australia on Sunday as the international community pressed China to show restraint over its handling of strife in Tibet’s capital Lhasa.
Hundreds of Tibetans are arbitrarily arrested in the ongoing house-by-house raid by Chinese security forces in Lhasa beginning from 15 March 2008. All former political prisoners have already
Tibetan students in the eastern Gansu province staged a peaceful protest this afternoon. According to confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy
Eight dead bodies have been brought into Ngaba Kirti Monastery according to confirmed information received by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. The bodies were brought in from
International Olympic Committee (IOC) vice-president Thomas Bach says a number of top athletes are considering boycotting the games in China over the bloody crackdown on protesters in Tibet.
A group of French lawmakers urged China at the weekend to grant them visas allowing them to visit the Tibetan capital of Lhasa, rocked by violence and protests.