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China posts wanted list for Tibet   The authorities issued a list of 21 people wanted for their alleged role in anti-China riots in the city of Lhasa last week   House speaker blasts China over Tibet  House of Representatives: Nancy Pelosi criticized China for its crackdown on anti-government protesters and called on 'freedom-loving people' worldwide to denounce China Police 'shot at Tibet protesters'
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B. 2014-02-21 China to Obama: Scrap meeting with Dalai Lama Beijing
C. 2013-06-27 China 'moves two million Tibetans' Tibet
D. 2012-05-30 'Detentions' after Tibet burnings Lhasa, Tibet
E. 2012-03-04 Tibet woman sets herself on fire Sichuan
5. 2011-11-04 Second Tibetan nun burns to death Sichuan
2011-10-17 Tibetan nun dies setting herself ablaze Sichuan
H. 2011-07-15 China demands Dalai Lama snub Beijing
8. 2011-03-09 Dalai Lama urges China 'freedom' Dharamsala, India
J. 2008-06-18 Amnesty: Tibet protesters missing Tibet

  China demands Dalai Lama snub  Beijing: China has complained about President Obama's scheduled meeting with exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama   Dalai Lama urges China 'freedom'    India: The Dalai Lama has called on China's leaders to show greater transparency, in a speech marking the anniversary of the Tibetan uprising Amnesty: Tibet protesters missing  More than 1,000 protester, a quarter of about 4,000 people detained by police during anti-government riots 3 months ago, are missing   Dalai Lama sees change in China  London: The Dalai Lama believes China is changing and that this could lead to a 'more transparent' attitude over Tibet 17 sentenced for alleged roles in riots   A court sentenced 17 people, including 6 monks, to jail sentences ranging from 3 years to life imprisonment for their roles in riots in Lhas... Protests ahead of torch relay   San Francisco Bay Area: Hundreds of pro-Tibet protesters have marched in San Francisco, as the Olympic torch arrived for the US leg of its relay IOC president concerned about Tibet  Beijing: International Olympic Committee head Jacques Rogge has downplayed talk of a boycott of the Beijing Games   Dalai Lama pleads for peaceful dialogue  New Delhi: The Dalai Lama rejected allegations from the Chinese government, saying he does not seek the separation of Tibet China threatens Tibetians; West protests
  China to Obama: Scrap meeting with Dalai Lama  Beijing: China has urged U.S. President Barack Obama to call off a meeting at the White House with Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama China 'moves two million Tibetans'  More than two million Tibetans have been resettled by the Chinese government over the last seven years, a new report by Human Rights Watch says 'Detentions' after Tibet burnings Map of Lhasa China  Reports from Tibet say Chinese security forces have launched a wave of detentions in Lhasa following two self-immolations there Tibet woman sets herself on fire  Sichuan: A Tibetan mother-of-four has died after setting herself on fire in south-west China, activists and exiles say Second Tibetan nun burns to death  Sichuan: A Buddhist nun in southwest China has died after setting herself on fire, the 11th Tibetan -- and second nun -- to self-immolate since March Tibetan nun dies setting herself ablaze

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  Sichuan: A nun has died after setting herself on fire in southwestern China, the first Tibetan woman known to have killed herself in this way

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  China's threats to crush the uprisings were followed by protests in Britain and India; Europe raised the prospect of boycotting the Olympics

  Xinhua news agency: Chinese police opened fire and wounded four protesters 'in self-defence' last Sunday in an area of Sichuan province
Mar.19 China announces arrests in Tibet   The authorities have arrested 24 people following protests against Chinese rule in the city of Lhasa Mar.16 Troops 'did not shoot Tibetans' Map of Lhasa China  A senior Chinese official has denied that troops used lethal force to quell protests in Lhasa 'Eighty killed' in unrest
  Indian-based officials said the figure was confirmed by several sources, even though China put the death toll at 10
Mar.15   Dalai Lama's Tibet bloodshed fear
  The Dalai Lama has said he fears there will be more deaths in Tibet unless Beijing changes its policies towards the territory

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