New report cites severe China abuses in Tibet

9 December 10

From Human Rights Watch:

Eyewitness accounts confirm that Chinese security forces used disproportionate force and acted with deliberate brutality during and after unprecedented Tibetan protests beginning on March 10, 2008, Human Rights Watch said in a new report released today.

See online: HRW
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