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Resource ID: #15423
Subject: Human Rights
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
Affiliation: 
Date: Dec. 8-15, 1996

Description

This series of articles examines human rights abuses in Tibet. When it comes to human rights in China, the United States has been backing off, reluctant to risk trade by using it as leverage. To Tibetans, that spells no relief from the routine and ruthless assaults exacted by the Chinese police. Reporters interviewed Tibetan refugees in India, documenting accounts of torture. The reporters also followed a group of Tibetans fleeing through the Himalayan mountains to Nepal.

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