Teens are detained after defying tight Chinese security measures.
Questions arise over the stability of the Dalai Lama’s traditional home.
Two years after deadly riots against Chinese rule, Tibetans report tight security.
China’s heavy-handed presence remains as a key anniversary nears.
Rare court papers also show jailing of a Tibetan monk.
Monks and nuns in Tibet protest over detainees unaccounted for after nearly two years.
Tibetans in China risk persecution by praying for a good outcome to a meeting between their spiritual leader and the U.S. president.
Two Nobel Peace laureates hold White House talks, despite Chinese warnings.
Authorities launch a manhunt and offer a major reward.
President Barack Obama says he will meet with the Dalai Lama, as talks stall between the Chinese government and the Tibetan government-in-exile.
Two brothers and three monks are reported held in the Chamdo region.
Negotiations resume, but expectations aren't high.
A top Tibetan Buddhist talks about why he left China—despite winning approval from Beijing.
Relatives of a jailed Tibetan filmmaker hope they can afford a lawyer to appeal his sentence.
The documentary 'Leaving Fear Behind' gets its producer a six-year prison term.