A Tibetan woman has set herself ablaze in Kyegudo in Amdo province to protest demolition of her house
Kunleng discusses the disaster at Gyama mines near Lhasa, its operations and history, and its impact on the environment and local Tibetan lives.
US Senators have circulated a sign-on letter to Secretary of State John Kerry urging him to raise Tibet during his first visit to China next week
China is putting pressure on Nepal to interrupt the flow of Tibetan refugees into the Himalayan nation, former United States President Jimmy Carter said on Monday
Hundreds of Tibetans gathered to pray for Kunchok Tenzin who self-immolated last week and victims of Tibet landslide
Kunleng discusses the exile Tibetan government’s budget and the Kashag’s proposals for education and welfare of Tibetan exiles and recent arrivals from Tibet.
Move comes in company's number two market after more than two weeks of state-run media condemning its after-sales service
Two dozen more workers still feared buried in rubble in Maizhokunggar County, Chinese state-run media reports
China's state-run media says landslide covered three square kilometer area, burying workers' camp at mining site about 70 kilometers east of Lhasa
Death toll hits 17 with 66 miners still missing from Friday's disaster