Greater intrusion by Chinese authorities is emptying Buddhist institutions in a county in the Tibet Autonomous Region.
Chinese authorities impose sweeping controls across Tibetan areas.
Protests spread among Tibetans challenging rule by Beijing.
The shooting occurs as protesters prevent a Tibetan from being held for putting up anti-China posters.
More security forces are deployed to crack down on dissent following clashes in Tibetan areas of China.
Chinese security forces fire on Tibetan protesters in the second day of killings.
Chinese police open fire on Tibetan demonstrators.
He was incapacitated when Chinese authorities handed him over to his family after six months in prison.
A Tibetan monk's recorded message is sent to RFA.
A Tibetan mother says she is proud of her son’s sacrifice to protest Chinese rule.
The demonstrations come amid concerns over the unending self-immolations calling for the end of Chinese rule.
The culture in the 21st century is one of youth, music, and nationalism.
More casualties are believed as hundreds of Tibetans confront police in a restive Chinese province.
A Tibetan detained in the aftermath of a self-immolation is given a three-year jail term.
A panel analyzes how Chinese development is damaging Tibet's pristine ecosystem.
Security forces use tear gas to contain protests after Tibetans ransack a police station in a northwestern Chinese province.
Tibetans pay their last respects to the most senior monk to have self-immolated so far.
The Chinese government allows up to 10,000 Tibetans pilgrims to travel to India to see the Dalai Lama at the 'Kalachakra' ritual.
Protesters in a Chinese province force police to return the remains of a monk who self-immolated and died.
They call for an end to Chinese rule in the first self-immolations in 2012.
Chinese Buddhists are among tens of thousands who have flocked to a northern Indian sacred site for the 'Kalachakra' event.
But experts question the nature of Chinese interest in Tibet.