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Heavy prison sentences for monks from Gyalrong Tsodrun Kirti monastery, and the 2012 report from TCHRD

Heavy prison sentences for monks from Gyalrong Tsodrun Kirti monastery, and the 2012 report from TCHRD i
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25.01.2013
Kunleng discusses the up to 10 years sentences meted out to four monks in Barkham county and the just released 2012 annual report from the Tibetan Centre for Human rights and Democracy. Guests: Ven Lobsang Yeshi, Kirti monastery, India, and Tsering tsomo, Director, TCHRD.
Kunleng discusses the up to 10 years sentences meted out to four monks in Barkham county and the just released 2012 annual report from the Tibetan Centre for Human rights and Democracy. Guests: Ven Lobsang Yeshi, Kirti monastery, India, and Tsering tsomo, Director, TCHRD

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