President Barack Obama encouraged direct dialog between the Dalai Lama and China to resolve differences when he met with the exiled Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader on Wednesday, the White House said. Obama told the Dalai Lama the United States does not support independence for Tibet. It was the fourth time the president met at the White House with the Dalai...
OBAMA ENCOURAGED MEANINGFUL AND DIRECT DIALOGUE BETWEEN THE DALAI LAMA AND CHINA TO LOWER TENSIONS-- WHITE HOUSE.
OBAMA TOLD THE DALAI LAMA THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT SUPPORT INDEPENDENCE FOR TIBET- WHITE HOUSE.
*Obama meeting Dalai Lama: White House betting on both sides as it affirms its stance of recognizing tibet as inalienable part of China- Xinhua, China's Official News Agency. *Obama meeting Dalai Lama: Tibet issue is China's internal affair. *Obama meeting Dalai Lama: Supporting Tibet's independence is clear interference in China's internal affairs& is in gross...
OBAMA MEETING DALAI LAMA: SUPPORTING TIBET'S INDEPENDENCE IS CLEAR INTERFERENCE IN CHINA'S INTERNAL AFFAIRS& IS IN GROSS VIOLATION OF NORMS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS- XINHUA, CHINA'S OFFICIAL NEWS AGENCY.
OBAMA MEETING DALAI LAMA: TIBET ISSUE IS CHINA'S INTERNAL AFFAIR.
OBAMA MEETING DALAI LAMA: WHITE HOUSE BETTING ON BOTH SIDES AS IT AFFIRMS ITS STANCE OF RECOGNIZING TIBET AS INALIENABLE PART OF CHINA- XINHUA, CHINA'S OFFICIAL NEWS AGENCY.
OBAMA MEETING DALAI LAMA: U.S. GOVT HAS BROKEN ITS PROMISE NOT TO SUPPORT TIBET'S INDEPENDENCE, SERIOUSLY JEOPARDIZED CHINA- U.S. RELATIONS- XINHUA, CHINA'S OFFICIAL NEWS AGENCY.
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BEIJING-- Police in a heavily Tibetan region of far west China are offering tipsters a reward of $7,700 for information about planned self-immolations in a bid to stem a tide of fiery protests against Chinese rule.
The Dalai Lama said on Thursday he would step down as Tibet's political leader, a move seen as transforming the government-in-exile into a more assertive and democratic body in the face of Chinese pressure.