Tibet situation a matter of particular concern – EU to China

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(TibetanReview.net, Sep24, 2012) The European Union has said Sep 20 that China should deliver more progress on human rights while the situation in Tibet remains a matter of particular concern during the 15th EU-China summit held in Brussels on Sep 20. While China had made tremendous progress by lifting hundreds […]

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UN questions China’s forced eviction of Tibetans from their nomadic land

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(TibetanReview.net, May11, 2014) The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR) on May 8 asked China pointed questions on three issues concerning its eviction of Tibetan nomads from their ancestral land. During its eight-hour review of performance on these issues, the committee questioned China on the forced resettlement […]

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Czech government to follow China on Tibet issue

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(TibetanReview.net, May01, 2014) Czech Foreign Minister Mr Lubomír Zaorálek and his Chinese counterpart Mr Wang Yi on Apr 29 signed a joint statement in Beijing, calling Tibet an inseparable part of China and stating the Czech Republic does not support the occupied Himalayan territory’s independence in any form, reported praguepost.com […]

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China positive about Norway’s Dalai Lama rectification

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(TibetanReview.net, Apr30, 2014) – Shunned by China after the Nobel Committee awarded the 2010 peace prize on jailed democracy activist Liu Xiaobo, Norway may have snaked its way back into the good book of China by deciding to ignore the visiting 1989 peace Prize winner, the Dalai Lama. China has […]

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Czech PM stresses economic interest to ignore Tibet issue

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(TibetanReview.net, Apr25, 2014) – The government of the Czech Republic has made it clear that in order to improve relations with China for the sake of the country’s economy, it will not criticize the occupation of Tibet, nor will it recognise the exile Tibetan government, reported the country’s CTK news […]

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China positive about Norway’s Dalai Lama rectification

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(TibetanReview.net, Apr30, 2014) – Shunned by China after the Nobel Committee awarded the 2010 peace prize on jailed democracy activist Liu Xiaobo, Norway may have snaked its way back into the good book of China by deciding to ignore the visiting 1989 peace Prize winner, the Dalai Lama. China has […]

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Czech PM stresses economic interest to ignore Tibet issue

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(TibetanReview.net, Apr25, 2014) – The government of the Czech Republic has made it clear that in order to improve relations with China for the sake of the country’s economy, it will not criticize the occupation of Tibet, nor will it recognise the exile Tibetan government, reported the country’s CTK news […]

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Norway’s parliament head condemned for Dalai Lama cowardice

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(TibetanReview.net, Apr24, 2014) – As the Dalai Lama’s May 7-9 visit to Norway’s capital Oslo to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his Nobel Peace Prize approaches nearer, calls on the country’s parliament leadership to receive him with the honour and dignity due to his global standing grows louder. On Apr […]

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Norway’s top lawmaker, long a Tibet supporter, to avoid Dalai Lama

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(TibetanReview.net, Apr11, 2014) – Though a long-time supporter of the Tibetan cause until very recently, Mr Olemic Thommessen, now the President of Norway’s Parliament (Stortinget), has said he won’t meet with the Dalai Lama when the latter visits Oslo in May 2014, reported newsinenglish.no Apr 9. He has said it […]

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A glimmer of post-amendment hope for Tibet genocide cases in Spain?

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(TibetanReview.net, Mar19, 2014) – The Spanish parliament’s recent annulment of all the dozen ‘universal justice’ cases being tried by its judiciary may not necessarily mean an end to the ongoing cases against some of the retired Chinese leaders for their genocidal human rights violations in occupied Tibet. In the first […]

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