Second Day of the 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

[Published by on December 14,2014] Rome, Italy, 13 December 2014 – His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s third day in Rome began with a cordial meeting with a group of Italian parliamentarians, including the Chair of the Human Rights Committee and a Vice President of the Senate. He thanked them for coming to see him and informed them of what he sees as positive signs in relations with China.

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Brand Tibet China’s and Tibetan Exiles’ Contrasting Narratives on Tibet

Thupten Samphel, The Huffington Post|December 8, 2014

No struggle in the world is as unequal as the one between Tibet and China. Beijing’s position in Tibet is unassailable, reinforced by a network of all-weather roads, airports and an expanding railway line that are integrating the world’s highest, largest and remotest plateau more closely to the mainland.

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Ex Upper TCV student dies two days after release from prison, TCHRD condemns death in detention cases

DHARAMSALA, Dec 6: A former student of Dharamsala-based Upper Tibetan Children’s School serving a 15-year prison term in the infamous Chushur prison near Lhasa city has died on Dec 5, two days after he was released from the prison, Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy (TCHRD), a rights group based in Dharamsala said today.

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