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Wales :

The one-party authoritarian regime's police and military security personnel have become more noticeable in Tibet than Tibetan monks. Pillay is correct to remind the Party-state that international norms in human rights protection have been broken repeatedly by the regime in Tibet.

Nov 04, 2012 10:32 AM

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The World :

This problem is not a Human right, Invading UNDER THE NOSE OF UN. Tibet had been never a domain of China, But some of China was Tibets's. Stop avoiding to talk about Invading, tell Directly Invading.

Nov 04, 2012 02:41 AM

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Dhondup Chophel from Sydney, Australia :

UN did say something. But it has no moral capacity to act. China is too powerful or shameless in intimidating others. People get scared to tell the Chinese regime face to face that they should change their policy on TIBET. So, I do not take seriously what the UN says.

Nov 03, 2012 03:06 AM

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Anonymous Reader :

Never in human history so many people have burned themselves to death to protest. What is even more disturbing is the blaming of the victims by the side who are responsible for these tragedies and the silence of the UN and the governments around the world.

Nov 02, 2012 11:14 PM

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