In a traditional hotbed of anti-China sentiment, Tibetans demand the release of a jailed monk.
Tibetans still protest the jailing of a leading monk, seven years after his trial.
U.S. President Barack Obama calls on Beijing to restart talks with the Tibetan government-in-exile.
Tibet's exiled spiritual leader reaches out to “ordinary Chinese.”
Court documents offer a first rare glimpse of a capital trial related to 2008 unrest in Tibet.
Scores of Tibetans protesting a Chinese company are gathered up and taken away by police.
Will police in China's Sichuan province investigate a suspicious shooting in custody?
At least three Tibetans are said to have been executed in connection with a 2008 uprising against rule by China.
Tibetans say they were victimized by a Chinese firm.
The Tibetan region reports its first death from the H1N1 virus, and residents fear more deaths to come.
Will a cold shoulder from the White House for the Dalai Lama yield progress in Tibetan talks with China?
Tibetans face increased restrictions on prayer and travel ahead of a sensitive Chinese anniversary.
Warmer China-Taiwan ties soften the impact of the Dalai Lama’s Taiwan visit.
Buddhist teachers urge more disciplined behavior from Tibetans in China.
A Tibetan youth is detained for viewing restricted content at an Internet cafe.
Three protesters are handed prison terms, as Chinese authorities maintain strict controls inside Tibet.
Concern mounts over the fate of a Tibetan writer missing since late July.
A rare but deadly plague strikes a remote town in western China.
Chinese security forces fail to prevent recurring demonstrations protesting China's rule in Tibet.
Authorities deny a Tibetan filmmaker and two monks the right to legal representation in what some are calling a wider crackdown on independent lawyers.
Tibetans cite a new government effort to control what news they hear.
A new look on successive generations of Tibetan women wins a major award, and praise from Tibetans.
More tensions and arrests are reported in eastern Tibet.
A rare large gathering of Tibetan Buddhists ends with six people in custody.
Mining at a site Tibetans regard as sacred will cease, but where will the hazardous waste go?
Have talks settled a long-running dispute over plans to mine gold at a sacred Tibetan site?
Tibetan Buddhists regard it as a sacred site. Gold deposits make Ser Ngul Lo valuable in other ways too, and tensions are rising.
More than a year after a major Tibetan uprising against Chinese rule, two more Tibetan monks escape arrest and reach India.
Five Tibetan monks wanted in China for staging protests at a major monastery reach safety in India.
Will major glaciers on the Tibetan plateau be gone by mid-century?