06 June 2009
Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has accused China of imposing a "death sentence" on Tibet.
The Dalai Lama made the comments after arriving in Paris Friday, saying he believes Tibet's heritage and culture are in jeopardy.
A representative of the Tibetan government-in-exile (Tashi Wangdu) told VOA from Brussels that the Dalai Lama also is concerned about the large migration of ethnic Chinese into Tibet.
A group of prominent Chinese lawyers and legal scholars have released a research report
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Palden Gyatso, Tibetan dissident: “The only reason I could get out of prison after thirty-three years was not because the Chinese government released me. The reason why I could get out of prison was because many NGOs and human rights organizations had been working on my behalf since 1983. Thanks to the work of these human rights organizations, I was released in 1992.”
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