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For first time in 55 years, Tibetans born between 1950 and 1987 given right to vote drawing mixed reactions.
Chinese-language website has been infected with a virus that gives hackers control over visitors' computers.
There are signs of improving relations, but can the world's two most populous nations resolve their differences?
Foreign ministry asks China to pull back troops who allegedly advanced into disputed territory claimed by India.
Former Tibetan monk, Jigme Gyatso, released due to poor health allegedly as a result of treatment received in jail.
In lead-up to 54th anniversary of Tibet uprising, Nepal government is cracking down on "anti-China activities."
Many young and promising Tibetans are relying on ancient fire rather than modern social media to express their outrage.
Exiles' gathering in India deplores self-immolations and asks international community to resist Chinese pressure.
Gathering in Indian city focuses on self-immolations by Tibetans and ways to increase global support for their cause.
Self-immolation of 18-year-old in Sichuan province is the third such incident in three days in country's southwest.
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