Thursday, October 26, 2006

Repression under China: Murder in the mountains

When a group of climbers described seeing Chinese border guards shooting defenceless Tibetan refugees, the world was shocked. But only now, as the survivors speak out, are the full details of a tragic story emerging ..... read the full story by Justin Huggler at The Indepenedent

Around four hundred Tibetans and supporters demonstrated at the Chinese Embassy in Washington D.C. in response to the brutal killings of Tibetan refugees attempting to escape from Tibet into Nepal. (RFA/Yeshi Tashi)

Tibetan refugee, Lobsang Choeden (L) answers a question at a press conference organized by the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in New Delhi. Photo: AFP/Manpreet Romana

Deckyi Paljom, 7 years old, one of 41 Tibetan refugees who survived the attack by Chinese border guards and reached India, at the press conference in New Delhi, India, Monday, Oct. 23, 2006. (AP Photo/Mustafa Quraishi)
Students for a Free Tibet

International Campaign for a free Tibet


The Independent


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