Report from Tibet, by an Economist correspondent
Today the Economist magazine published a report on the current turbulence in Tibet. By its own reliable correspondent in Lhasa, Tibet, this article is far more reliable than those grounded on unconfirmed rumors.
The article can be found here. Tag lines:
“The Dalai Lama, Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, has spoken of unconfirmed reports of up to 100 deaths. But there are noconvincing accounts of the kind of bloodshed”,“The next day some residents continued to attack the few Chinese-owned businesses still left intact”
“some residents threw stones at those troops who were not armed with rifles”
“The Economist remains the only foreign news organisation with official approval to be in Tibet—which was applied for and granted well before the unrest broke out”