According to records kept by the International Campaign for Tibet, 142 Tibetans have...
by Josh Rudolph | Apr 17, 2015
According to U.S. government-funded Radio Free Asia, a Tibetan father of seven in his mid-forties...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 16, 2013
A Sichuan court sentenced 32-year-old Drolma Gya to death and deprivation of political rights on...
by Melissa M. Chan | Mar 17, 2013
The Associated Press reports Lobsang Thokmey, a Tibetan Buddhist monk, set himself on fire at Kirti monastery on Saturday, one of two self-immolations in the past week. This self-immolation marks the fifth anniversary of the...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 26, 2013
Three Tibetan self-immolations have taken place in recent days, according to exile media, amid vigorous discussion of the protests and a continued crackdown by Chinese authorities. From Dharamsala-based Phayul.com: Tsezung Kyab,...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 13, 2013
After a Tibetan man set himself on fire in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu on Wednesday, exile and activist groups reported that the 100th self-immolation protest within Tibet had taken place in Ngaba on February 3rd. From...
by Scott Greene | Aug 14, 2012
Radio Free Asia reported Tuesday that police in Sichuan province’s Aba county beat a Tibetan to death while trying to clear the site of two more self-immolations that took place Monday: Lungtok, a monk from the restive...
by Scott Greene | May 31, 2012
Security forces in Lhasa have detained or expelled hundreds of residents and pilgrims, according to a local source, after two monks reportedly set themselves on fire outside the Jokhang Temple on Sunday in the most serious...
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