He is taken away after displaying a photo of exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama and calling for Tibetan freedom.
They are taken into custody after trying to mediate in an argument between a Tibetan and a Chinese driver.
The move follows three decades of indiscriminate Chinese logging and ineffective government efforts at reforestation.
He was jailed for resisting political reeducation and refusing to criticize exiled spiritual leader the Dalai Lama.
A second group comes to protest in support and is also taken into custody, sources say.
Four people avoid jail, but face longer term for property seizure at the heart of the dispute over development.
Relatives and friends are warned they will be held responsible if any photos are taken or circulated following his release.
Replacements are hired based on 'backdoor connections' with influential county officials, sources claim.
Chinese law guarantees the freedom of expression, writer Shokjang says in his petition for release from jail.
They had tried to reclaim land seized for a government development project on which no work was ever done.
A local leader and two others are being held for taking part in a group chat about the Sikyong, Tibet's exile political leader.
Tibetans protesting his death in detention are also taken into custody, a local source says.
Police fire on Tibetan herders after they confront Chinese Muslims caught rustling yaks.
Injuries suffered in beatings are now being treated but may not heal, his brother says.
Religious institutions are required to abide by four requirements under the watchful eye of management committees.
Gyaye Phuntsok never recovered from injuries to his legs suffered during beatings in prison, sources say.
Travel by air and by train is banned amid Chinese security fears in a month of sensitive anniversaries.
Hundreds greet him warmly on his return despite authorities' attempts to block a public welcome.
A friend held with him has also completed his sentence but has not yet been released, sources say.
Joleb Jigme had been jailed for revealing state secrets, a charge often made against Tibetans spreading news of political protests.
Exile Tibetan media reports show incumbent Lobsang Sangay ahead in polls.
Selection comes as the struggle for autonomy marks five years since the Dalai Lama withdrew from politics.
Some Tibetans question the plans, saying there isn't enough snow and that Beijing has yet to examine the project's impacts.
Rights groups and family members fear Jigme Gyatso, also known as Jigme Goril, may have been tortured in custody.
Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje says it’s critical that every Tibetan remain alive to preserve the land and the people.
Chinese authorities isolate family members, telling them to say the protester died in a house fire.
She is taken into custody after holding up a photo of the Dalai Lama and calling out for Tibetan freedom.
His action comes as a Tibetan student in India also sets himself on fire to protest China's rule in Tibetan areas.
Jamyang Dorje is taken into custody after calling in public for Tibetan freedom and the Dalai Lama's return.
Armed police mingle with the crowds at an annual celebration of the Lunar New Year.