No Progress in Tibet Talks – AP

From AP via the New York Times:

Talks between China and envoys of the Dalai Lama have made “no substantial progress,” and the exiled Tibetan leader threatens China’s unity and security, Tibet’s official leader charged Tuesday.

Champa Phuntsok, the Beijing-appointed chairman of the Tibetan government, blamed the for the lack of success in four rounds of talks. He repeated Chinese accusations that the wanted formal independence for Tibet. [Full Text]

See also Fox News’ “Dalai Lama Turns 71, Ordered to Rest” and the Times of India’s “I am a simple Buddhist monk: Dalai Lama



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