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  • Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama hangs out on Google+

     
    Dalai Lama is going to celebrate Archbishop Desmond Tutu's 80th birthday in a hangout on Google+....
  • South African ex-miners seek compensation for lung disease

     
    A lawyer for hundreds of chronically ill South African gold miners says they were denied health checks for the potentially fatal lung disease silicosis. Attorney Richard Meeran says legal action has been launched in a London court seeking compensation...
  • South African ruling party youth leader refuses to resign

     
    South African ruling party youth leader Julius Malema slammed disciplinary procedures against him as worse than apartheid justice. Malema said he would not step down as ANC Youth League president, despite his suspension....
  • Element of Surprise

     
    One gutsy, Vietnam-era air raid might not have been common knowledge, but it sure set the stage for military special ops...
  • Tibetan groups say protesters were fired upon in southern China

     
    At least one Tibetan demonstrator was killed in protests timed for the lunar New Year in volatile region of Sichuan province that has recently seen a wave of self-immolations by monks protesting Chinese rule....
  • Tibetan shooting comes on heels of human rights criticism

     
    Chinese security forces opened fire on Tibetan protesters Monday, killing at least one person, Tibetan activists reported. The news comes on the heels of the annual Human Rights Watch report, which criticized China for repression in ethnic minority...
  • Politics swirl over the Tibetan New Year

     
    Tibet, New Year, Dalai Lama: Wedding-goers in the United States often throw rice; in Nepal people are throwing wheat powder for the Tibetan New Year. Every day WorldNow chooses a remarkable photo from around the world. Today this shot from Nepal caught...
  • Shanghai Film Fest: Q&A with director Jean-Jacques Annaud

     
    Fifteen years ago, Jean-Jacques Annaud was demonized by the Chinese Communist Party for his film “Seven Years in Tibet.” A decade and a half on, the 68-year-old French director is being welcomed here with open arms. On Saturday, Annaud will...
  • New Delhi protester grimaces in police grip

     
    A photo of a Tibetan protester detained by police during a demonstration against China. The protest in New Delhi made headlines Monday when one Tibetan demonstrator set himself on fire. The Times' Mark Magnier reports it was the second attempted self-...
  • Influences: Dancer Savion Glover

     
    Savion Glover’s California tour, which brings him to the Valley Performing Arts Center on Saturday, is called “Bare Soundz” and will involve two other dancers as well as elements of flamenco. He says his goal for this show is “to...
  • China steps up control of Tibetan monasteries

     
    Under new rules, Tibetan monasteries must now be run by Chinese government officials, a step that worries human rights groups who say it will worsen tensions in an already inflamed region....