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Vietnam-Tibet Alliance Members Arrested in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square

The Vietnam – Tibet Alliance
On June 24, 2016, the Vietnam – Tibet Alliance performed a campaign to distribute thousands of leaflets in Tiananmen Square – Beijing. The leaflets provided information condemning the Communist Party of China on their scheme of assimilation of the Tibetan people and its plan of domination of Vietnam. The Vietnam – Tibet Alliance’s Campaign began at 13.15PM local time.
Beijing’s police arrested at the Square Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh, 60 years of age, a Founder and Leader of the Vietnam – Tibet Alliance, a French resident, and Mr. Tran Ngoc Phuong, 72 years old, a citizen of Vietnam. Also under arrest was Mr. Doan Viet Khanh, a Vietnamese origin who carries Laos nationality, and four Tibetan members of the Alliance: Mr. Phuntsok, 34 years old, Mr. Tsering, 24, Ms Singay Choden, 26, and Mrs. Dawa Dadon, 43.
The police want to link this demonstration with the plot of a bomb attack on June 12 at Shanghai’s Pudong International Airport. But all the accusations had no grounds as the Vietnam – Tibet Alliance had nothing to do with any such attacks.
On June 26, 2016, Beijing’s police decided to deport the following persons to their country of residence: Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh to France, Mr. Tran Ngoc Phuong to Vietnam and Mr. Doan Viet Khanh to Laos, as they are citizens of foreign countries.
Regarding four Tibetan members, there are no information about them right now. For Mr. Tran Ngoc Phuong, there has been no information after 48 hours of the deportation. He might have been arrested by Vietnamese police.
This RELEASE is directed to the Vietnamese people and Tibetan people who think of Free
dom for Tibet and territorial integrity of Vietnam.
President of the Vietnam – Tibet Alliance
Mr. Thupten Tenzin
Phone 91 97 36 92 39 74

Following is the Decision of Beijing’s police on the case of Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Hanh:

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