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Dalai Lama’s Envoys Disappointed by Talks in China

May 16, 2018
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BEIJING, July 5 — Envoys for the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader, said Saturday that their meetings with Chinese officials in the past week were so disappointing that they could not even get the Chinese to agree to issue a joint statement committing both sides to further talks.

(Washington Post — 28 July, 2008)
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After six years and $16.5 billion in spending, the Defense and State departments still lack a “sustainable strategy” for developing Afghanistan’s army and police force, government auditors said yesterday.

(Washington Post — 28 July, 2008)
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BEIJING, July 31 — China today issued a strong rebuke of President Bush for meeting with five Chinese dissidents in the White House this week, saying he had “rudely interfered” with China’s internal affairs and sent a “seriously wrong” message to others who criticize the country.

(Washington Post — 10 hours ago)
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With President Bush set to leave next week for the Olympics in Beijing, the White House is coming under increased pressure from lawmakers and advocacy groups to make a public statement of concern about the crackdown on human rights and freedom in China.

(Washington Post — 28 July, 2008)
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BEIJING, July 30 — The International Olympic Committee and the Chinese government acknowledged Wednesday that reporters covering the Olympics will be blocked from accessing Internet sites that Chinese authorities consider politically sensitive.

(Washington Post — 22 hours ago)
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