Nov. 17 (savetibet.org): The U.S. Department of State on Nov. 17 released its annual International Religious Freedom Report.
The report said the level of religious repression in the Tibet Autonomous Region and other Tibetan areas remained high, especially around major religious holidays and sensitive anniversaries. Government control over religious practice and the day-to-day management of monasteries and other religious institutions continued to be extraordinarily tight since the spring 2008 outbreak of widespread protests and unrest in Tibetan regions. Monks and nuns reported that government restrictions continued to interfere with their ability to carry out the teaching and practice of Tibetan Buddhist religious traditions.
Full report on Tibet: http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/irf/2010/148863.htm#tibet.