More jail terms are handed down to Tibetans implicated in widespread anti-China protests earlier this year.
Court officials and Tibetans say many Tibetans are now being handed jail terms as part of an ongoing crackdown.
As Tibetans in the northern Indian hill town of Dharamsala look for a new policy direction, Beijing warns against any move for Tibetan independence.
A film about Tibet is honored in London.
Tibetan-Chinese talks have failed, Chinese officials say. And Tibetans are debating what to do next.
Police have stepped up security requirements for visitors to the Tibetan capital. Meanwhile, the Dalai Lama's envoys wrap up talks with Chinese officials amid little hope of progress.
Tibet's exiled spiritual leader says he's in good health and still has faith in the Chinese people.
Three Tibetan Buddhist monks are arrested on suspicion of causing an explosion.
The Dalai Lama says he's lost hope in talks with China.
Amid rising demand, Western translators of Tibetan Buddhist texts want to form a guild.
At least three Tibetans have been handed jail terms ranging from four to nine years in connection with several explosions in Markham county, Chamdo, during Tibetan protests earlier this year.
Fallout from China's tainted milk-powder crisis widens in Tibet.
Nepal’s Maoists have entered the country’s political mainstream, following a war that killed thousands. But is one-party rule still their ultimate goal?
Chinese authorities detain a Tibetan television journalist in Sichuan, citing "political" material on his computer.
Nearly six months after a Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule, authorities are releasing some Buddhist monks from detention in Golmud.
Tibetan schoolchildren, now refugees in India, use art to express their thoughts about their homeland, their families, and China’s Olympics.
Chinese authorities have placed a curfew on Tibetan Buddhist monasteries during the Olympics, confining monks and forbidding travel to Beijing.
An activist known as a voice for angry young Tibetans is released but his movements are restricted.
A new film, Fire Under the Snow, sheds light on tensions in Tibet by looking at the life of an elderly Buddhist monk, Palden Gyatso, who survived years of torture and abuse in Chinese prisons.
Chinese authorities cancel a Tibetan festival that erupted in protests a year ago.
A Tibetan monk makes a bold request for an inquiry into alleged police graft after a large sum of cash goes missing during a search of his monastery in China's remote western province of Qinghai.
Chinese authorities in the western province of Qinghai have drastically shortened the planned Olympic torch relay, changing the route to avoid the hometown of the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, amid tight security in Tibetan-populated areas.
Five Tibetans are arrested for protesting in the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan, amid sporadic demonstrations against Chinese rule.
Nearly three months after massive Tibetan protests in western China, authorities haven't extinguished the unrest.
Chinese authorities in the Tibet Autonomous Region this week detained five monks in connection with a series of small blasts during massive anti-Chinese protests in late March.
More than two months after Tibet erupted in protests against China's heavy-handed rule, Tibetan sources in the region report the arrest of one of their own for allegedly making contact with Hong Kong media.
In Tibet, Chinese authorities have cracked down again on a nunnery suspected of inculcating separatism. The move highlights the quiet but pivotal role played by Tibetan Buddhist nuns.
Two months after a massive crackdown ended the worst anti-Chinese unrest in Tibet in nearly 50 years, residents still report small, sporadic protests by monks, nuns, and lay people—and swift arrests.
Nearly two months after widespread Tibetan protests against Chinese rule, authorities in a heavily Tibetan area of Sichuan province have handed down jail terms to seven nuns for joining the demonstrations—and 14 more nuns are taken into custody for staging new protests.
A trickle of tourists from other parts of China has resumed into the Tibetan capital, although few shops have opened in downtown Lhasa despite encouragement by local officials to do so. Phone services to the city have improved, and Tibetan students are being taken on "educational" trips by the authorities.