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Jairo Bolledo in Manila Karl Patrick Suyat, 19, has no personal experience of the tyrannical rule of late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos. But memories of...

By Rebecca Kuku of The National, Papua New Guinea One of the survivors of a horrifying sorcery accusation-related violence (SARV) attack and torture of nine...

IndoLeft News Indonesia's Setara Institute for Peace and Democracy says that the presidential decree (Keppres) on the formation of a team for the non-judicial resolution...

By Diana G. Mendoza in Manila The Philippine media described him as “Steady Eddie,” a warrior and survivor, and an accidental hero of the world-renowned...

Tabloid Jubi The Civil Organisations Solidarity for Papua Land has condemned Indonesia's Papua expansion plan of forming three new provinces risks causing new social conflicts. And...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesia's National Human Rights Commission (Komnas HAM) has discussed the plan to hold a peaceful dialogue to resolve the problems in...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Today is Nakba Day -- "the great catastrophe". This is the day marking the ethnic cleansing of more than 750,000 Palestinians...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Activists have condemned alleged terror and intimidation against Papuan human rights activists and called the police to thoroughly investigate an alleged...

COMMENTARY: By John Minto The absolute impunity which the Aotearoa New Zealand government has given to Israel’s racist apartheid regime over many decades and the...

ANALYSIS: By Binoy Kampmark Children should not pay for the sins of their parents. But in some cases, a healthy suspicion of the offspring is...

Pacific Media Watch newdesk Australia must step up diplomatic efforts to encourage the US government to drop its bid to extradite Julian Assange who has...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A West Papuan leader has praised the "bravery and spirit" of Ukrainians defending their country against the Russian invasion while condemning...

UN News Shocking abuses against indigenous Papuans have been taking place in Indonesia, say United Nations-appointed human rights experts who cite child killings, disappearances, torture...

ANALYSIS: By Yamin Kogoya in Brisbane Google images of a country or region can offer a wealth of information about the people and cultures that...

RNZ News Afghan women are accusing the Taliban of using a pregnant New Zealand journalist as a publicity tool to show the world they can...

PSNA welcomes Amnesty International declaration of Israel as an apartheid state

Shocking footage has been circulating on social media showing National Armed Forces (TNI) Indonesian military helicopters firing indiscriminately at civilian villages in Suru-Suru District,...

By Yance Wenda in Jayapura Deputy chair Debora Mote of the Papuan People’s Assembly (MRP) says the Indonesian state's security forces should be protecting indigenous...

In this video -- one of several made while he was guest speaker at the Pacific Journalism Review's 20th anniversary conference in Auckland in...

By Ihsanuddin in Jakarta Indonesian police forcibly broke up a protest marking the 1962 Rome Agreement in front of the US Embassy in Central...

New Zealand journalist Charlotte Bellis asks a key question about women's rights in Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover during spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid's first media...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Phil Thornton The military’s brutality is a daily reality for all the people of Myanmar. As Myanmar’s army prepares to deploy and...