Tibetans returning from India after attending teaching sessions with the Dalai Lama, says Human Rights Watch
The Chinese government has arrested hundreds of Tibetans returning from India after attending training sessions supervised by the Dalai Lama, and forced to undergo political re-education, of a human rights group says.See
New York-based Human Rights said he thought it was the first time since the end of 1970 the authorities had arrested Tibetan lay people in these large numbers, and just as frets Beijing on Tibetan riots in parts of the country.
At least 15 Tibetans are believed to have died since March, after embarking on a fire in protest against Chinese rule, including in Tibetan areas of Sichuan and China strongly Gansu.
defense of Tibetan groups say as many as seven Tibetans were killed and dozens injured during protests in Sichuan in January. Chinese state media reported that police fired in self-defense "monsters" who broke into police stations.
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