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Thousands of Tibet supporters form ‘Chain for Tibet’ around EU buildings

Brussels’ Esplanade du Cinquantenaire became a sea of red, yellow and blue colours on Sunday 9 March when people carrying the Tibetan national flag gathered there to take part in a human Chain for Change in Tibet. Over two thousand Tibet supporters from around Europe later marched through Brussels’ streets, creating a powerful and visually […]

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EU-China human rights dialogue characterised as ‘dangerous’, thousands to demand change in EU policy on Tibet

Thousands of Tibet supporters from across Europe embarkarked on Brussels this Sunday 9 March to demand that the European Union develop a constructive policy on Tibet. By forming a symbolic human Chain for Change in Tibet around the EU institutions, they also commemorated the 44th Anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day – the day when […]

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ICT-Europe co-sponsors human chain to mark Tibetan National Uprising Day in Brussels

Thousands of Tibet supporters assembled in Brussels on Sunday March 9, 2003, to join hands and create a visually spectacular human chain of solidarity for the Tibetan cause. While honouring those that died at the hands of Chinese authorities, the participants assembled around the European Union institutions (Commission, Council and Parliament) and called on the […]

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Spurt in diplomatic visitors to Tibet

A series of diplomatic delegations have visited Tibet in recent months, according to media reports from Beijing and Lhasa. Diplomats from the United States, Mexico, India, and Germany as well as parliamentarians from New Zealand and Belgium have visited Tibet between April and June 2002. The U.S. Ambassador to China, Clark Randt, visited Tibet from […]

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