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61 US close to decision on N Korea John Bolton 48
62 Trump’s strategy benefiting China Sushil Seth 59
63 Tsai should deliver on her pledges Taipei Times Editorial 60
64 A 30-year tragedy of exchanges Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 61
65 Prolonging Chi Po-lin’s effect Taipei Times Editorial 63
66 Risks of having a Beijing city office Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 56
67 Regular people bring hope Taipei Times Editorial 62
68 Democracy and freedom set Taiwan, China apart Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 58
69 The ‘great Chinese market’ myth Taipei Times Editorial 67
70 Recall election a test of values Taipei Times Editorial 64
71 Great Father Xi and feudal thinking Paul Lin 林保華 59
72 Ruling raises questions of motive Ling Po-chih 凌博志 58
73 A different political era Taipei Times Editorial 66
74 Japan’s surrendering of Taiwan Sim Kiantek 沈建德 60
75 Anthem ‘national’ in name only Lee Hsiao-feng 李筱峰 50
76 Democracy, presidents and Taiwan Jerome Keating 74
77 The US rebalances its relations Taipei Times 73
78 Taiwan, democracy and defense David Brown 85
79 Independence camp making gains Taipei Times Editorial 86
80 Xi’s ‘dream’ has no place in Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 83
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Gyalrig Thar in an undated photo.

DHARAMSHALA, February 5: A Tibetan man has succumbed to his injuries, nine months after he sustained severe injuries in a violent police crackdown on peaceful protest in Ba Dzong region of eastern Tibet. During the same protest on March 18, 2012, a Tibetan minor was killed and several others were injured after Chinese police used tear gas and explosives to disperse the crowd.

According to Sonam, an exiled Tibetan, Gyalrig Thar, 35 passed away in a hospital in Siling after failing to recover from severe injuries to his head caused by the use of explosives and brutal police beatings. He passed away on November 17, 2012.