By Jill Drew, Washington Post Foreign Service
A melee erupted in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa on Saturday afternoon in the midst of hundreds of armed police who have been out in force since deadly rioting rocked the city two weeks ago. More >
Activists: New Tibet Protests Break Out
By Joe McDonald, Associated Press
Military patrols in Lhasa during recent protests.
Fresh protests broke out in the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Saturday as foreign diplomats wrapped up a tightly controlled visit organized by Beijing, a radio broadcaster and Tibetan activists reported. More >
Around the Globe
Hundreds of Tibetans and their supporters will gather in front of the White House Monday to protest China's recent actions against the Tibetan people and to implore President Bush to send a strong message to China by not attending the opening ceremony for More >
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd says it is absolutely clear that there are human rights abuses in Tibet and that one should not be shy about raising this with the Chinese Government. Addressing a joint press conference with US President George Bush o More >
President George Bush phoned Chinese President Hu Jintao on March 26, 2008 to express his concerns about the situation in Tibet and to call for access to journalists and diplomats to Tibet. Bush also More >

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