» 08/16/2012, 00.00
CHINA - TIBET
A Tibetan killed, six arrested in protest against Chinese mines
At least 1,000 Tibetans demonstrated against the reopening of a mine in Markham. Police fired live ammunition. Chinese companies show no respect for the sanctity of the area and do not care about the ecological impact of mining. Tashi, a young 21 year old who set himself on fire two days ago in Ngaba has died.
17/03/2012 TIBET - CHINA
Tibetan monk self immolates. Thousands on the streets demanding freedom
Lobsang Tsultrim, 20, set himself on fire yesterday in front of t Kirti Monastery in Sichuan, in protest against Chinese occupation. In the neighboring province of Qinghai at least a thousand Tibetans peacefully demonstrate for the release of 50 men who were arrested because they called for the return of the Dalai Lama.
31/01/2013 TIBET - CHINA
China condemns Tibetan monk to death for "instigating" self immolations
Lorang Konchok, 40, has also lost his political rights. With him, his nephew also condemned to 10 years in prison. Sichuan court declares them guilty of murder in eight cases of self-immolation, three of them fatal.
07/04/2008 TIBET – CHINA
Two Tibetan monks commit suicide as police invades monasteries
Chinese police searches monasteries one by one, arresting hundreds of monks, parading them in the streets as a warning. Two monks commit suicide, “guilty” of taking part in “peaceful protests.” Tibetan exiles say what is happening now has been happening for years.
14/08/2012 CHINA - TIBET
Beatings and arrests while two Tibetans set themselves on fire
Two young men, Lungtok and Tashi, set themselves on fire on the "path of the martyrs" in Ngaba, where there have been several suicides. The two young men were students at the Kirti monastery medical school. Tibetan demonstrators beaten by police with clubs and iron picks.
In Ngaba, 18-year-old monk becomes 44th Tibetan to die from self-immolation
Lobsang Lozin came from Kirti monastery. In March, two other monks from the same monastery set themselves on fire. Tensions persist between Chinese police and the local population. Fellow monks were able to recover the body for funeral rites.
AsiaNews IS ALSO A MONTHLY!
AsiaNews monthly magazine (in Italian) is free.
2003 © All rights reserved - AsiaNews C.F. e P.Iva: 00889190153 - GLACOM®