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Special> China's Tibet: Facts & Figures> Latest

-51st Anniversary of Emancipation of Tibetan Serfs Marked
-Lawmakers Lash Out at Dalai Lama's Speech
-Commentary: Facts Speak Louder Than Words
-Foreign Backing Gives Dalai Lama No Room But Doom
-Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting Interferes in China's Internal Affairs: Tibetologists
-U.S Action Gravely Hurts Sino-U.S. Ties
-What's Behind Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting?
-Unwise for Obama to Meet Dalai Lama: U.S.-China Expert
-China, Germany Build Astronomical Observatory in Tibet
-FM: No Restrictions on Foreigners' Travel to Tibet
-11th Panchen Lama Visits Lhasa Temple
-Foreign Journalists Visit Lhasa
-China Starts Building Railway to Desolate Lop Nur
-Tibet Launches Online Broadcasting Services in 3 Languages
-Met Chief: Tibet Challenged by Global Warming
-Dalai Lama Visit May 'Affect Ties'
-'Dalai Visit' Likely to Threaten Relations
-Article Disproves Dalai Lama's Historical Views
-French Ambassador: Westerners Must Know Tibet Reality
-Italian Scholars Express Concerns About Distorted Reports on Tibet
-China Publishes Report on Tibet's Economic, Social Development
-Tibet Celebrates Serfs Emancipation Day
-Foreign media report Serfs Emancipation Day
-China Calls on Overseas Tibet Report to Be 'Objective'
-West 'Lacks Information about Tibet'
-Panchen Lama Hails Progress in Tibet
-Panchen Lama Hails Progress in Tibet
-Govt Invites Foreign Journalists to Visit Tibet
-Tibetan Lawmakers Express Concern Over U.S. House Resolution
-Living Buddha: Tibetan Culture Well Preserved
-Nothing Peaceful About Tibetan Rebels
-U.S. Reiterates Opposition to 'Tibet Independence'
-Tibet's Oldest Woman Turns 118
-Tibet Daily Slams Dalai Lama's March 10 Speech
-Panchen Lama Promises to Maintain Stability in Tibet
-China's Top Legislature Slams U.S. Congress for Tibet Resolution
-China Lodges Solemn Representation Over U.S. Tibet Resolution
-U.S. Interferes in China's Internal Affairs With Tibet Resolution
-'Media Must Be Objective About Tibet'
-Commentary: U.S. Bill on Tibet Confuses Facts
-China Urges U.S. to Drop Tibet Resolution
-Dalai Lama's Utter Distortion of Tibet History
-Photo Exhibition on Tibet Held in Seoul
-China's Hu Calls for Stability in Tibet
-Dalai by No Means a Religious Figure, But a Political One
-Official: Situation in Tibet Stable, Riots Unlikely
-Grand Celebrations to Be Held on Serfs Emancipation Day
-Tibetan People Suffered From Feudal Serfdom, Darker Than Medieval Europe
-China Publishes White Paper to Mark 50th Anniversary of Reform in Tibet
-Tibet's Development to be Eyecatching in NPC, CPPCC Sessions
-Tibetans' Fate Changed Profoundly
-Leading Indian Journalist Checks Reality in Tibet
-Tibetans Celebrate New Year
-Exhibition Introduces Tibet to Cypriots
-Jubilant Tibetans Embraces Coming New Year
-Highway Construction to Complete in 3 Years for Tibet
-Farmers, Herders in Tibet Benefit From Road Building Projects
-Tibetans Hail 'Serfs Emancipation Day'
-Tibet Sets 'Serfs Emancipation Day'
-$1.18 Bln to Improve Tibet Rural Infrastructure
-Holiday to Mark End of Tibet Serfdom
-Dalai Issue Should Not Hurt Ties: Czech Envoy
-'Sabotage' Sets Back Tibet Development: Party Chief
-Tibet to Set 'Serf Liberation Day'
-Tibet Aims to Attract 3 Mln Tourists This Year
-Global Crisis May Leave 25 Million Out of Work
-China to Take Measures to Spur Consumption, Stimulate Foreign Trade
-Tibet Hopes to Lure Back Tours
-Sarkozy's 'European Value' Not Accepted
-Envoy Brief on Sarkozy-Dalai Meet Dismissed
-Most Lawmakers in Tibet Are Ethnic Minorities
-Chinese Media Criticize Sarkozy's Meeting With Dalai Lama
-Sarkozy's Meeting With Dalai Lama Grossly Interferes in China's Internal Affairs
-China Lodges Strong Protest to France Over Dalai Lama Meeting
-Sarkozy's Planned Meeting With Dalai Sparks Backlash
-Tibet: Civil Aviation Develops
-Sarkozy to Blame for Summit Delay
-FM: China Postpones Summit With EU Over Dalai Visit
-Tibetan Newspaper Condemns Secessionists' Violent Activities
-Door to Tibet Talks 'Open'

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