Tibet’s India-based exile government and supporters in the United States called on Beijing on Monday to free Tibet’s second-best-known religious leader the Panchen Lama, who disappeared as a young boy into Chinese custody on 25 years ago on May 17 and is believed to be languishing under house arrest in an undisclosed location.
A bill to strengthen U.S. policy in support of Tibet won strong approval Tuesday by the House of Representatives, a move a Tibetan representative called an “encouraging and
Chinese authorities in Tibet have tightened restrictions on a major annual festival in the regional capital Lhasa this year, banning participation by students and government employees
A Tibetan man detained in Qinghai on charges of disturbing social order after he complained online about corrupt officials, illegal mining, and the hunting of protected wildlife
A Tibetan man detained in March for sharing photos on social media ahead of a sensitive political anniversary has been held incommunicado ever since, with his relatives fearing
Chinese authorities Sichuan on Thursday detained two Tibetans after the pair scattered leaflets calling for Tibetan independence in the courtyard of a Chinese police station
Chinese security forces, many in plain clothes, have poured into a Tibetan township in Sichuan’s Kardze prefecture following protests last week calling for Tibet’s independence
A Finland-based rights group renewed calls this week for information on the fate of missing Tibetan religious leader the Panchen Lama, urging that he and other Tibetans who have disappeared