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Tibetans in Tibet Protest Chinese Rule
World  (tags: 'HUMANRIGHTS!', asia, conflict, Tibet, Freedom, Independence, Rangzen, Kham, Amdo, Lhasa, Bush, Dalai Lama, Monks, Buddhism, Protest government, humanrights, politics, world, HumanRights, china, UnitedNations )

- 4135 days ago -
Sources in the Amdo region of eastern Tibet report a major clash between Chinese authorities and hundreds of Tibetans gathered for an annual prayer festival, with over 200 monks detained.
Dalai Lama Grabs Spotlight From China's Leaders!
World  (tags: world, Tibet, Dalai Lama, honor, politics, china )

- 4264 days ago -
As 2,200 Communist Party delegates gathered in Beijing to grant another five years to the Chinese president, the Dalai Lama grabbed the global spotlight. The U.S. Congress gave Tibet's spiritual leader its highest civilian award same week...
Junta Cautious as Monks' Rally Draws 5,000
World  (tags: repression human rights )

- 4296 days ago -
Almost 1,000 Buddhist monks, protected by a larger crowd of onlookers, marched through Burma's biggest city for a third day yesterday and pledged to keep alive the most sustained protests against the military government in at least a decade.
Monks Put Myanmar Junta in Tight Spot
World  (tags: protest, Monks, buddhist, Thailand )

- 4295 days ago -
Braving monsoon rains, monks in traditional maroon robes demonstrated for a fourth straight day Friday in the country's largest city, Yangon. Followed by clapping onlookers, about 1,500 monks marched after praying at the Shwedagon Pagoda, the nation's
Burmese Monks Gather for 4th Day of Marches
Society & Culture  (tags: activists, culture, government, humans, police, politics, religion, rights, transportation )

- 4295 days ago -
About 1,500 Burmese Buddhist monks marched through this city Friday in their biggest turnout yet in a month-long wave of protests against the military government, which insisted that it would not impose a state of emergency.
Myanmar Protests Enter 4th Day
Society & Culture  (tags: government, freedoms, politics, religion, ethics )

- 4295 days ago -
Monks took to the streets in Myanmar's largest city for a fourth straight day Friday, while the military junta insisted it has no plans to call a state of emergency to quell protests that have posed the greatest threat to the regime in a decade.
Witnesses Say 10,000 Myanmar Monks March
Society & Culture  (tags: )

- 4294 days ago -
Protest is one of the largest since 1988 against strict military regime
Monks Allowed Past Suu Kyi's House
World  (tags: Myanmar burma monks protest junta ang sa )

- 4294 days ago -
The wave of anti-government demonstrations sweeping Myanmar touched the doorstep of democracy heroine Aung San Suu Kyi Saturday as Buddhist monks marched past her home and said they were greeted by the detained political leader.
On the Run in Burma
Society & Culture  (tags: violence, women, government, police, law )

- 4294 days ago -
Buddhist monks may be able to protest in the streets of Burma, but other pro-democracy activists risk being labelled as "terrorists" and arrested by the authorities. Activist Nilar Thein has been on the run for one month.
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