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SPAIN-CHINA/MONK
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February 11, 2014
Thubten Wangchen, the Tibetan monk who caused friction between China and Spain by pushing a human rights...
Madrid, Spain
Tibetan monk Wangchen gestures during an interview in Madrid
Thubten Wangchen, the Tibetan monk who caused friction between China and Spain by pushing a human rights complaint through Spanish courts, gestures during an interview with Reuters in Madrid February 11, 2014. Wangchen, a Spanish citizen and a member of the Tibetan-Parliament-in-Exile, said on Tuesday he was disappointed Spain might water down a pioneering human rights laws that made his case possible. But he said even if his case - which drew a sharp rebuke from China this week - is thrown out, it has helped to draw international attention to the Tibetan cause. To match Interview SPAIN-CHINA/MONK REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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