French Football Fans Form Giant Free Tibet Word in The Stadium

Fans of a French football club has formed a giant Tibetan flag and a word, ‘Free Tibet’ in the stadium on Saturday. The support and solidarity for the Tibetan people from these football lovers in France has disappointed the Chinese government. The supporters announced that they have protested to ‘Free Tibet’ and ‘Free Ligue 1’ tournament from Chinese influence.

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Chinese Soldiers Intrude into Ladakh Village to Protest Tibetan Flag Raised

The Chinese soldiers along the border of Ladakh has intruded into a village in Indian territory on a significant event recently. According to the local reports, the soldiers on the Chinese side has entered few kilometres into the Indian territory and lodged their protest over the villagers raising the Tibetan flag.

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Denmark Police to Compensate Activists for Snatching Tibetan Flag

As a result of a case filed against the Denmark police in Copenhagen by a bunch of Tibet activists for violently snatching away Tibetan National flags during a peaceful demonstration against Hu Jintao in 2012, the police are now compensating the activists with a DKK 20,000 in an acknowledgment that the incident was serious mistake by the police.

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Nepal Detains and Then Expels Tibetan for Posting Flag Picture

A Tibetan activist has been initially detained by the Nepal police after he posted a picture holding the Tibetan national flag on the the social media recently. Earlier this month, soon after posting a picture holding the Tibetan flag in Nepal on Facebook he was detained and later expelled from the country.

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Tibetan Student Holding Flag at US University Event, Chinese Protest

A Tibetan student flying a Tibetan national flag at a US University’s international event was protested by Chinese students citing it as a political behaviour. The campus incident of the students at the US university got into controversy over the misunderstanding by Chinese students according to a campus report.

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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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Tibet Flag Row Makes China Suspend Its Germany Football Tour

After the Tibet flag incident at the friendly match between local German club TSV Schott Mainz and the Chinese U-20 team last Saturday in Mainz, China now suspends the rest of its tour in Germany. The China U-20 team was scheduled to play friendly matches with German clubs during their free weekends as a part of their training.

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China Warns Germany For Defending Tibetan Independence

China warns Germany for defending Tibetan independence during the recent event at the debut match of the Chinese U20 soccer match with Germany’s four-tier TSV Schott Mainz on Saturday. Six activists during the match demonstrated with the display of Tibetan flags which made the Chinese players to sidewalk from the play.

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Tibetan Flag Makes Chinese Soccer Team Stop Their Game In Germany

Tibetan flag makes Chinese soccer team stop the game being played in Germany as report in the media. The U20 Chinese soccer team who were in Germany to play a series of friendly matches with the German football clubs during their off weekends and the Chinese team stopped playing game when several Tibetan flags were displayed.

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Tibetan Political Leader Hoisted Tibetan Flag At Lake Bordering Tibet

The Tibetan political leader hoisted Tibetan flag at Pang Gong lake very close to Tibet recently while he was in Ladakh to celebrate the 82nd birthday of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Dr. Lobsang Sangay on the eve of His Holiness’s birthday, offered sangsol and prayers at the highland lake which borders Tibet, now occupied by China.

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