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80 Tibetans Arrested in India
Phayul[Friday, March 14, 2008 22:27]
New Delhi, March 14 - Around 80 Tibetans have been arrested by police this evening. The Tibetans were protesting at the Chinese Embassy in the Indian capital against the massive crackdown by Chinese armed forces in Tibet's capital Lhasa and Labrang, Amdo.

Reports of Chinese police killing at least 2 Tibetans have enraged the Tibetan community in exile who have started carrying out activities in their localities.

The Tibetans in Dharamsala staged a peaceful candle light vigil today to show solidarity to the Tibetans in Tibet. At the time of filing this report, Tibetans in New York are carrying out a protest demonstration outside the Chinese Embassy to condemn the killing of innocent Tibetans by armed Chinese police.

Meanwhile, the 100 core marchers who had left Dharamsala for Tibet have been detained in Jwalamukhi near Kangra.

The women activists of Tibetan Youth Congress who were arrested earlier are sitting on hunger strike in jail.
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