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Tabloid Jubi in Jayapura The lawyer of the families of the victims of the Mimika murder case has criticised the military reconstruction of the killings...

COMMENT: By Robbie Newton of Human Rights Watch Authorities arrested six Indonesian soldiers last week suspected in the killing and mutilation of four Indigenous Papuans...

ANALYSIS: By Aprila Wayar and Johnny Blades for The Diplomat A plan to create three new provinces in the Papua region highlights how Jakarta’s development...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesian police have been accused of beating two Papuan students with rattan sticks - severely injuring them -- while 20 other...

By Gita Irawan in Jakarta Indonesia's Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (Kontras) has criticised the appointment of Central Sulawesi State Intelligence Agency...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Humanitarian Coalition for Papua says that the unilateral creation of three new provinces in Papua by the Indonesian central government...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Scores of Papuan activists have held a protest in front of the Army Strategic Reserves Command (Green Berets) headquarters in Central...

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...

By Prianka Srinivasan for ABC Pacific Beat International media has been facing scrutiny from indigenous groups in the Pacific for the way it has been...

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...

Suara Papua The West Papua National Committee (KNPB) has declared that it rejects the violent approach which Indonesia continues to push in the land of...

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 David Robie Pressure is mounting on Indonesia to back off its brutal and unsuccessful military strategy in trying to crush West Papuan resistance to...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk West Papuans will peacefully mark the 60th anniversary of the birth of West Papua next week -- on Wednesday, December 1. It...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk West Papua indigenous independence leaders today launched  "Green State Vision" at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, pledging to take decisive...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Australia West Papua Association has protested over the "lack of any concern" by Canberra over worsening clashes in the Indonesian...

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

SPECIAL REPORT: By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific journalist Armed conflict in West Papua has caused an exodus of displaced people into one of the most...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The International Coalition for Papua (ICP) says there has been an increase in the number of arbitrary arrests in its latest...

By Arjuna Pademme in Jayapura Advocates warn that the the involvement of the Indonesian military (TNI) in a food estate programme initiated by the government...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Papua human rights activist and lawyer Veronica Koman has called for an independent inquiry into the attack on health workers in...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The West Papua National Committee (KNPB) claims that an attack on a military post in Maybrat regency earlier this month is...