Police Removing Tibetan Flags During Xi’s Visit Unlawful: Czech Court

Police removing Tibetan flags during Chinese president Xi Jinping’s visit to the country declared as unlawful by the Prague Municipal Court in Czech Republic on Tuesday. The courts ruling is against an incident where the Czech police ordered two men to remove the flags of Tibet and Taiwan from their windows near the hotel where the Chinese president was staying.

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TPiE Speaker Talks On Penpa Tsering’s Ousting As Representative

The Tibetan Parliament in Exile TPiE speaker Khenpo Sonam Tenphel talks on former representative Penpa Tsering’s ousting while appearing on the interview to the Voice of America on Wednesday. The speaker of the Tibetan parliament was asked by callers from across the world to share his views on the recent issue over the North America Representative.

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FIFA Launches Women’s Football Campaign In Restricted Tibet

Fifa launches the women’s football campaign in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet according to the report in the sports channel Sports Pro on Monday. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) launched its campaign, Live Your Goals to develop women’s football in its member associations in Tibet.

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We Came Into Exile To Preserve Culture And Traditions Not To Secure Livelihoods: Dalai Lama

We came into exile to preserve culture and traditions not to secure livelihoods said the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Tuesday in South India. His Holiness conferred a public talk at the Tibetan settlement, Mundgod in Karnataka India where an audience of around a 10000 people were attending it.

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China Using Fake Social Media Profiles Extract German Officials Info

China using fake social media profiles to extract information about German officials and politicians for their intelligence according to the latest reports. The German intelligence has unmasked various fake profiles on a professional social networking platforms which were used by Chinese intelligence to spy on German officials.

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US School Students Continue Tibetan Student Sponsorship

A US School’s students senate has unanimously voted to continue their support in the Tibetan student sponsorship project according to a report in the local news source. During a general session of the students senate at the beginning of this month, the student approved continuation of the sponsorship of a 13 year old Tibetan student in India.

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