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Violence In Tibet

March 27, 2008

A Tibetan monk covered in blood during protests broken up by police

The violence in Tibet sparked by their desire for emancipation from China, which seeks to remain unified, has left dozens dead. I would like to urge the Chinese government to seek a peaceful way to resolve this dispute, as loss of life is always a sad event.

Let peace be the order of the day.  

Paramilitaries open fire on hundreds of monks and nuns at Tibet rally

Paramilitary police opened fire on hundreds of monks, nuns and Tibetans who tried to march on a local government office in western China yesterday to demand the return of the Dalai Lama.

Residents of Luhuo said that a monk and a farmer appeared to have been killed and about a dozen people wounded in the latest violence in Tibetan areas of China.


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