Villagers plan for now to petition in Beijing.
Shawo Tashi gets five years for publicizing a self-immolation and performing songs with banned themes.
But local officials take no action against the hunters.
She had staged a solitary protest challenging China's rule in Tibetan areas.
They cite directives from Chinese leaders to protect the environment.
A Chinese police crackdown clears the way for digging on a sacred mountain.
A Chinese court says he killed his wife and burned her body to destroy the evidence.
Dozens are detained and several injured.
They vow to continue protests to the 'last Tibetan standing.'
Many animals are buried alive without being tested for signs of infection.
Three had taken part in a protest march, while the fourth had published a newspaper with 'political' content.
The effort may have been aimed at tracking Tibetan 'outreach' to the Chinese people.
The men are jailed as the pace of Tibetan self-immolations appears to slow.
He had called on Tibetans to learn and speak their own language and to consider Tibet's 'future path.'
Chinese security forces are present in large numbers at a centuries-old event, area residents say.
He is the third Tibetan to stage a burning protest in the Himalayan country.
Chinese authorities blame him for raising demands that now 'echo' throughout Tibetan areas.
They are held as local Tibetans resist orders to show 'loyalty' to China.