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NEW YORK CITY, October 20th—Today at 12:59PM EST, Enes Kanter, an NBA player with the Boston Celtics, tweeted a powerful video statement in support of the Tibetan people and their struggle for human rights and freedom from Chinese rule. In a two...

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Pyrgos, 20 October — The three Tibetan-rights activists who disrupted the Olympic flame-lighting ceremony on Tuesday have just been released from police detention following their appearance in court today. Chemi Lhamo (Tibetan-Canadian), Jason Leith (United Kingdom) of London-based campaign organization Free Tibet,...

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TIBETAN ACTIVISTS DETAINED FOR SECOND TIME AFTER LEAVING THE PRESS CONFERENCE ATHENS, 19 October — Just hours before the Olympic Torch handover at the Acropolis, rights groups - International Tibet Network, World Uyghur Congress, and Students for a Free Tibet - held...

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OLYMPIA, October 18—Tibetan rights activists protesting against the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics disrupted the official torch lighting ceremony at the Temple of Hera in Ancient Olympia, Greece. The activists, Tibetan-Canadian Chemi Lhamo, Jason Leith of London-based Free Tibet, and Fern MacDougal gained access to...

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ANCIENT OLYMPIA, Greece — Three activists protesting human rights abuses in China sneaked into the archaeological site where the flame-lighting ceremony for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics was being held Monday and ran toward the newly lighted torch holding a Tibetan flag and a...

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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Two women attempted to hang a banner from the Acropolis in Athens Sunday morning in protest at the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics, and were detained by Greek police. The activists, 18-year-old Tibetan student Tsela Zoksang and 22-year-old exiled...

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