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Readers' Comments on "Breaking: Another self-immolation rocks Tibet, Toll reaches 80"
In confirmed reports coming out of Tibet, another Tibetan set himself on fire late last night in an apparent protest against China’s continued occupation of Tibet. The Tibetan man, the 80th to self-immolate inside Tibet, has been identified as Tamding Kyab....
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Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Nov 24 2012 10:44 PM

Tibet is an occupied territory and hence these protests deserve attention from the international community. Most recently,the U.S. President visited three countries in this region and I had expected him to voice his concern publicly. In Cambodia, President Obama must have directly asked China's leader to explain this tragic and unacceptable situation. The President's inaction does not give me any encouragement or hope.

Location: nz
Subject: "no differnce between living and dying"
Nov 24 2012 06:23 AM

A very telling statement from this young man who can not see any light at the end of this long tunnel.When the Pakistani girl was shot by the Taliban, for wanting an education which they do not allow, the international media put her story around the world. She is a heroine, flown to the UK for specialist medical treatment, nominated for the Nobel peace prize.It is up to the international press to come off the payroll of their respective governments and help us expose this tragedy to the world, don't let these charred bodies go unnoticed, dying with this sense of hopelessness. The press is a powerful machine, put it to good use.
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