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Tibet Society engages Chinese Ambassador at Labour Party Conference PDF Print E-mail
[10 October 2009] The only organisation advocating for Tibet, Tibet Societys presence at the 2009 Labour Party Conference in Brighton ensured that Labour MPs, members, the international media and other delegates were engaged about the pressing political and human rights issues facing the Tibetan people. Direct representations were also made to the Chinese Ambassador, who was present at a conference fringe meeting.
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UK Minister of State visits Tibet PDF Print E-mail
[17 September 2009] Following a brief visit to Tibet and talks in Beijing, Ivan Lewis called for "greater autonomy" and "respect for human rights", emphasising the need for dialogue between the Chinese government and the Dalai Lama's envoys, in a Beijing press conference dominated by the issue of Tibet.
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UK Tibetans welcome new representative PDF Print E-mail
[8 September 2009] A warm reception was hosted by the Office of Tibet and the Tibetan Community in Britain at the Tibet House on Monday evening, to bid farewell to the outgoing Representative of the Dalai Lama Mr Tsering Tashi, and to welcome his successor, Mr Thubten Samdup.
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Suspended death sentence for Tibetan girl PDF Print E-mail
[21 April 2009] A Chinese court in Tibet has sentenced a Tibetan to death with a two-year reprieve and two others to long jail terms for setting fires that killed six people in the Lhasa riot last year, Chinese state media said Tuesday.

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Two Tibetans sentenced to death PDF Print E-mail
[20 April 2009] On 8th April two Tibetans (Lobsang Gyaltsen or Loyak) were sentenced to death for their part in the demonstrations in Lhasa, two others were given death sentences with a two year reprieve and a fifth was sentenced to life imprisonment. There is no mention of the specific charges, only that they were found guilty of setting fire to shops resulting in the deaths of the owners.  
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Shocking Video Footage PDF Print E-mail
[6 April 2009] The Tibetan government has released very rare footage of the inhuman treatment of innocent Tibetans demanding their human rights in last years uprising in Tibet. The graphic footage is highly disturbing and only confirms the brutal measures and sufferings of Tibetans by the Chinese police and soldiers in suppressing unarmed Tibetans.
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