Tuesday 22 July 2014

Eight killed in Tibetan riots

Eight people were killed in unrest at a monastery in southwestern China, the International Campaign for Tibet said, after a skirmish with police in which state media said one official was seriously wounded. Armed police fired on a crowd of


Fresh unrest as Olympic torch nears Beijing

A melee in Tibet's capital appeared to have been sparked by attempts by police to carry out security checks, indicating the tension and volatility remaining in Lhasa weeks after an anti-government riot. A mobile phone text message to Lhasa


Tibet monks won't be punished says China

China will not punish a group of Tibetan monks for disrupting a government-organised foreign media tour of Lhasa and voicing support for the Dalai Lama, a senior official said in a bid to allay fears of repercussions. Baema Chilain, vice-c


Yangon troops tell residents to go home or be shot

Crowds of protesters in central Yangon scattered on Thursday after more then 200 soldiers and police marched through the streets with loudspeakers, ordering people to go home or risk being shot, a witness said. Earlier, one protester fell


At least 2 monks killed in Yangon protests

At least two Buddhist monks were killed in Myanmar's main city on Wednesday when security forces moved in to disperse the biggest anti-junta demonstrations in 20 years, a monastery official said. Earlier, troops fired shots over the heads

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