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New Evidence of Downgrading Minority Languages

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Signs marking the national college entrance examination sites in Nagchu Municipality, Tibet Autonomous Republic.
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Crackdown Seeks to Silence Tibetans, Stifle Information

Following the January 19 death in police custody of a teenage Tibetan monk, Chinese authorities have commenced an operation to “clean up” Tibetan homes in the grassland town of Dza Wonpo, Sichuan province. Tenzin Nyima died from injuries he received while…
Screenshot of a video showing dozens of police and commandos parading through the town of Dza Wonpo, carrying a large red flag and shouting battle-cries.
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Turkic Muslims Need Africa’s Solidarity Too

Africans have endured more than their fair share of atrocities where the perpetrators got off scot-free, a history that has helped inspire a commitment to global solidarity for human rights and justice. As prominent Tanzanian jurist Fatma Karume said, “…
Photo from a recent conference in Beijing with African and Chinese government officials. 
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Ominous ‘National Security’ Budget Increase Spotlights Growing Abuse

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A protester is tackled by riot police during a demonstration outside the Legislative Council in Hong Kong, June 12, 2019.