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Foreign journalists say China blocked independent reporting in Tibet

The Chinese government restricted foreign journalists’ ability to report in Tibet last year while obstructing coverage of COVID-19 and carrying out the largest expulsion of foreign journalists from China since the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, says the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China.

NGOs call on French media regulator to reject the broadcasting license request by China Global Television Network

On 1 March 2021, the International Campaign for Tibet, together with FIDH and its French member organisation Ligue des droits de l’Homme, addressed an open letter to the CSA, the French media regulator, expressing their concern regarding the broadcasting authorization request introduced by Chinese state-media China Global Television Network.

New clergy regulations hurt Tibetan Buddhists, Catholics

The Chinese government will soon have even more power to control religious clergy under new regulations that will undermine the authority of Tibetan Buddhist leaders and the Catholic Church.

Tibet Brief – Edition 79

In this edition: Tibetan political prisoner Tashi Wangchuk released after five-year sentence; US adopts key legislation supporting Tibetans rights; Despite criticism, EU concludes negotiations on investment agreement with China; Two more deaths of Tibetans following torture in detention; National security programming for China’s new generation; (…)

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