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Three Tibetan monks arrive at Spain's National Court in Madrid, Monday May 19, 2008. The monks are giving evidence as part of an investigation into alleged genocide by China's Communist troops in Tibet. The judge is studying a lawsuit brought by the Madrid-based Committee to Support Tibet alleging that more than 1 million Tibetans have been killed or disappeared since Chinese occupation of Tibet. (<a href="/news/article.aspx?id=21272">Read press release here</a>)
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Three Tibetan monks arrive at Spain's National Court in Madrid, Monday May 19, 2008. The monks are giving evidence as part of an investigation into alleged genocide by China's Communist troops in Tibet. The judge is studying a lawsuit brought by the Madrid-based Committee to Support Tibet alleging that more than 1 million Tibetans have been killed or disappeared since Chinese occupation of Tibet. (Read press release here)
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