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Protest Logs & Prisoner List
Over the past year, the Chinese government has engaged in a cover-up of the torture, disappearances and killings in Tibet. Despite the risks, protests have continued. ICT has logged a total of 235 protests in Tibet of varying intensity since March 2008, but this is likely to be a minimal number. Details of these protests are reported in ICT’s new protest log at: http://www.savetibet.org/action-center/protest-logs.
ICT has put together a list of 735 Tibetans detained since March 2008, many now serving long prison terms, although the actual number of Tibetans still in detention is not known. See: http://www.savetibet.org/files/documents/PPL_30_Sep_09.pdf.
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