A history of human rights abuses

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Fifteen-year-old Ngawang Sangdrol’s life changed forever after she took part in a peaceful demonstration in Lhasa. She was arrested in 1992 for that and was subjected to beatings, solitary confinement and other forms of torture or ill-treatment in prison. She was released ten years later on medical parole.

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  1. free tibet + FLG+ taiwan Pan green + Uyghor Congress
    United League of Anti-China Front.
    AI wants every human being lives like French. Anti-non-frech Front.

  2. fuck u China communist govt and get out of Tibet right Now…………U invade in 1959…no one live with China form thousand time.r mad fools know nothing about spiritual and Humans value.dog and cat and all moving creature eater .how can Tibetan live with u……time will come we will rise that time u will seek mercy.bastards human eaters……

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