Tag Archives: Oppression

  • Nava Thakuria Threats to scribes now omnipresent

    If nations want journalists to continue to do their risky jobs for the greater public interest, their security along with justice must be ensured. ...

  • Five years of Xi Jinping: Tibet remains a giant open-air prison

    Under Xi the policy has been to suffocate Tibet by massively ramping up security and surveillance while cutting it off from the wider world. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Tibetans should believe independence is possible

    Tibetans should remember that faith and belief have historically changed the tide of misfortune, and that without faith and belief, no cause can be achieved. ...

  • Uyghur IS fighters vow blood will ‘flow in rivers’ in China

    Many rights groups and exiles doubt the existence of a coherent militant group in East Turkistan, and say Uyghur anger at repressive Chinese policies is more to blame for the unrest. ...

  • Eight killed in knife attack in East Turkistan

    Overseas experts express doubts about the strength of the groups and their links to global terrorism, some saying that China exaggerates the threat to justify repression in East Turkistan. ...

  • Pro-Tibet activists spread awareness on Tibet in Costa Rica

    Local Tibet supporters joined in the proclamation-activity of Costa Rica for Peace with Mother Earth 2012 held in the National Stadium in San José, and co-sponsored by the Chinese government, ...