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The Ethical Dilemma of Tibet: Is human rights globalized or localized?

Posted on April 29, 2013 at 3:30pm 1 Comment

        Two Tibetan monks have died after setting themselves alight in southern China's Sichuan province, reports say. More than 100 Tibetans, mostly young monks, have set themselves on fire since 2011-many fatally-in apparent protest against Chinese rule. ”

                                                                   --- BBC News, April 25 2013…

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