Retata di manifestanti tibetani

La polizia cinese ha accerchiato e portato via con gli autobus circa 100 tibetani che protestavano fuori da una fabbrica nel distretto del nord-est di Tianjin.

Scores of Tibetans protesting a Chinese company are gathered up and taken away by police.
Police in China have rounded up and bundled onto buses nearly 100 Tibetans protesting outside a company in the northeastern municipality of Tianjin.
“We are in Tianjin right now. I was placed in a bus, and we are about to leave for Chengdu,” in the southwestern province of Sichuan, Tsephel, a spokesman for the protesters, said.
“All the Tibetan protesters were dumped into different vehicles. Around 5 a.m., when we were sleeping, more than 3,000 armed police attacked us. They beat us, handcuffed us, and forced us to board different vehicles. There were more than 100 vehicles in the parking lot,” he said in a telephone interview.
Tsephel estimated the number of protesters at 98 people.
Police beat some of the protesters and dragged them into waiting vehicles, he said, adding, “Many of us were hurt, and one person was so severely beaten that he fainted and fell to the ground.”

Fonte: Dossier Tibet, 7 novembre 2009


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