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China tightens restrictions on religious freedom

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China’s global ambitions: are there lessons to be learnt from Tibet?

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China Tells U.S. to ‘Mind Its Own Business’ in Response to State Religious Freedom...

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Leader in exile: Tibetan president calls for Australia’s support

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The Pope of Vatican is Sending a Wrong Message to the World, especially to...

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Chinese police detain ‘female Jesus cult’ members

Police in China have detained 18 suspected members of a banned religious cult, state news agency Xinhua said. The group is notorious for some of...
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Chinese official says Beijing will keep tight grip on Church

Church leaders asked to ensure the 'Sinicisation of religion'. The Chinese Communist Party’s top leader in charge of religion has made it clear that Beijing...

Rights groups protest UNESCO heritage status decision in Tibetan area

Tibetan rights groups have criticised a United Nations cultural organisation's decision to extend world heritage status to an extensive plateau in a heavily Tibetan...
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