Researching Tibet Has Become Difficult like North Korea: HRW

Researching Tibet has become difficult like that of North Korea according to the director China director for Human Rights Watch. The human rights organization has said according to media reports that researches on Tibet has become more like its work on North Korea as China has further reduced access to the plateau of the world.

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Unfettered and Independent Access to Tibet for UN Experts Urged

A human rights group during the 41st session of UN Human Rights Council in Geneva has urged for unfettered and independent access to Tibet for UN experts. The group raised its serious concerns over China’s brutal policies to erase the Tibetan identity and expand their authority over the entire region of Tibet.

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After US, Europeans Demand for Equal Access to Tibet

After the successful implementation of Reciprocal Access to Tibet bill in the United States, Europeans now call for equal access to Tibet. The call for equilateral relationship between the European countries and China has been led by a group European Parliament and many European national parliament members.

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China Cancels Indian Journalists Scheduled Trip To Tibet

China cancels Indian journalists scheduled trip to Tibet amid the standoff in Doklam between the Indian and Chinese border army. The message of cancellation was informed to the concerned parties by the Chinese embassy in New Delhi. The reports said that the cancellations are a backdrop of stand off between the armies of the two nations at the Doklam region of Sikkim-Tibet border.

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