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Voice of Tibet
The Voice of Tibet
began broadcasting in July 1996 via commercial broadcast facilities around
the world, from Central Asia to the Indian Ocean. There is no specific
group which claims responsibility for the station other than a "Foundation
Voice of Tibet," and correspondance from representatives say that they
are a group of "independent journalists" with "no political aims."
Broadcasts are reportedly jammed by the People's
Republic of China, which annexed Tibet in 1951 and has since exercised
authority over the region.
The Voice of Tibet maintains a webpage at: http://www-uvi.eunet.fr/Keywords/14/vo/et/voice-of-tibet.html.
Recent activity reports can be found here.
QSL courtesy of Jerry Berg.