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<-Back to WTN Archives WTN ARCHIVE - June, 1995

WTN Archives: June, 1995

Thursday, June 1

1. Gendun Rinchen Escaped And Arrived Safely In India (DIIR)
2. Amnesty Alleges Human Rights Abuses in Tibet
3. Amnesty Report Lists 628 Political Prisoners in Jail
4. 15-Year-Old Tibetan Nun Dies in Prison
5. Why Foreign Policy Gets No Respect (WP)
6. China Vice-Mayor Fired for Refusing Tibet Post
7. Drought Threatens crops in Tibet

Thursday, June 1 (2)

1. China Reacts to the Panchen Lama Announcement with Fresh Repressions (DIIR)
2. Designation of Panchen Lama Stirs a Storm

Friday, June 2

1. U.N. Says Some Nations Oppose Women's Summit Agenda (Reuter)
2. China Attacks Amnesty, Award to Jailed Journalist
3. Christians, Tibetans and Political Dissidents are the Primary Targets for Punishment (AP)
4. US Congressman Warns of Danger of China Conflict
5. China's Tibet Mountains Offer Jade Treasure House
6. China Says Acid Rain, Water Pollution Increasing

Friday, June 2 (2)

1. A resolution to initiate investigations, hearings and inquires of the legitimacy of the P.R.C.'s claim that Tibet is part of China, in every Parliament represented at the convention. and to persuade members of other Parliaments to do the same as a prelude to according recognition to the Tibetan Government in exile.
2. Resolution On The Organisation By The Chinese Government Of The Fourth World Conference On Women In Beijing

Saturday, June 3

1. Human Rights Monitor Escapes (TIN)
2. Urgent-Action Appeal for Chatrel Rinpoche's Release
3. Opportunity on Human Rights
4. Radio Free Tibet in Austin, Texas

Saturday, June 4

1. Special Message from the Dalai Lama
2. Dalai Lama Urges Aid for China Democracy Movement
3. China Fears Worst from the United States
4. Dalai Lama Supports China's Pro-Democracy Activists.
5. China MFN renewal draws fire for rights abuses

Monday, June 5

1. Jigme Ngapo of ICT Joins June 4th Memorial Candle Light Vigil (IFCSS)
2. International Tibet Resource Directory 2nd Edition (ICT)

Wednesday, June 7

1. Fame quest leads to infamy for indicted Japan guru
2. Nepal deports more than 100 Tibetan refugees (VOA)

Thursday, June 8

1. EU Tibet Project Cancellation Call (TIN)
2. EU demands release of Chinese dissidents

Friday, June 9

1. ORGANIZERS GAIN MAJOR CONCESSIONS FOR NGO FORUM
2. Former Chairman of Kashag on Visit to San Francisco
3. Tibetan items appearing on the broadcasts

Saturday, June 10

1. House Votes to Lift Bosnia Arms Embargo (NYT)
2. House Bill Calls for the State Department to Establish a Special Envoy to a Tibetan Government-in-exile headed by the Dalai Lama. (UPI)
3. CFSP statement on human rights in China
4. Row ends over China's meeting site
5. Deng's work translated, given to Tibetans

Sunday, June 11

1. Police Strip-Search Tourists in Hunt for Letters (TIN)

Monday, June 12

1. HUMAN RIGHTS UPDATE XIII (DIIR)
2. Well-known Tibetan Businessman Gyara Tsering Samdrup Detained
3. SATYA, an Extraordinary Film About the Non-Violent Campaign of Buddhist Nuns in Chinese-occupied Tibet on PBS on June 13th
4. Iranian women trying to get Beijing credentials

Tuesday, June 13

1. Tibet aims for grain self-sufficiency by 2000 (Reuter)
2. Films Tap the Craving for Faith

Thursday, June 15

1. His Holiness Announces the New Panchen Lama
2. Press statement on Panchen Lama's reincarnation issued by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala on 14 May 1995
3. His Holiness the Dalai Lama's contact with the Chinese authorities regarding the search for the reincarnation of the Panchen Lama
4. Baseless claims and allegations of Xinhua News Despatch
5. The process by which the reincarnation of the Panchen Lama has been recognized
6. The Panchen Lama on the recognition of reincarnations
7. China reacts to the Panchen Lama announcement with fresh repressions

Friday, June 17

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama to visit Germany, Switzerland and Austria
2. Canadian Senate Passes Tibet Resolution

Friday, June 17 (2)

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama's address at the Bonn Hearing
2. His Holiness the Dalai Lama's address at the Bonn Hearing
3. Tibet chief orders purge of anti-Chhinese
4. Chinese Premier cancells Polish Visit
5. Lord Ennals Dies in his sleep

Tuesday, June 20

1. Bonn parliament receives Dalai Lama (Reuter)
2. Dalai Lama plea for Bonn approach on Tibet (Reuter)
3. Dalai Lama accuses China of kidnapping Panchen Lama (PTI)
4. Tibet commends security personnel in "intensified struggle" against separatism (BBC SWB)
5. Polish Tibet Forum may be pretext for calling off Li Peng visit (BBC SWB)

Wednesday, June 21

1. China launches police patrols in Tibet capital (Reuter)
2. Tibetan Women's Initiative to Participate in Beijing Women's Forum
3. Sino-U.S. Relations `Pushed Into a Danger Zone' (The Washington Post)

Friday, June 23

1. Tibetans struggle to save ancient culture (VC)
2. Dances from the Roof of the World

Sunday, June 25

1. Phuntsog Nydron - Urgent Action (AI - Austria)
2. Urgent Action Appeal on Tibetan deported from Nepal
3. For Immediate Release - Tibetan NGO's Accreditation to United Nations Women's Conference in Beijing

Monday, June 26

1. China arrests many more Tibet separatists in 1994 (Reuter)
2. Editor, Authors Charge U.N. Censored Commemorative Book (WP)
3. U.N. official denies censoring commemorative book (Reuter)

Tuesday, June 27

1. His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Graz, Austria
2. A Real God in Graz (Die Presse)
3. Urgent Campaign (TSG-UK)
4. UN accused of "self-censorship" (AP)
5. A statement from Hon. David Kilgour, M.P. - Canada

Wednesday, June 28

1. Tibetans Observe UN at Fifty
2. Three Day Visit of the Highest Tibetan in Graz (Wiener Zeitung)
3. Dalai Lama walked through the old city centre of Graz (Kurier)
4. Human Rights Activist Harry Wu Detained in China (US)

Thursday, June 29

1. Amnesty International's Report 1995

Thursday, June 30

1. Amnesty International's Report 1995
2. China to dub 100 ``patriotic films'' into Tibetan (Reuter)


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