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

By Kizzy Kalsakau and Jason Abel in Port Vila The interim President of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) provisional government, Benny Wenda,...

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 Dhias Suwandi in Jayapura Eight youths have been declared suspects on charges of makar (treason, subversion, rebellion) for flying the banned Papuan independence flag...

From RNZ Pacific Waves Pro-independence advocates say the human rights situation in West Papua continues to worsen because of "deliberate ignorance" by Pacific neighbours and...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk From Auckland Tāmaki Makaurau in Aotearoa New Zealand to Paris, France, and from Wellington Te Whanganui-a-Tara to Jayapura and far beyond,...

By Yance Wenda in Jayapura A Papuan woman politician has warned Indonesian security forces against restricting women from selling noken -- traditional string bags --...

By Maria Baru in Sorong, West Papua Brother Frater Anton Syufi of the Papua's Order of Saint Augustine (OSA) has been arrested by the Jayapura...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The director of the Bali Legal Aid Foundation (LBH), Ni Kadek Vany Primaliraning, has been reported to the Bali regional police...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesian police have made an arbitrary arrest of ffve students holding a peaceful action in front of the Jayapura University of...

Pacific Media Centre newsdesk Indonesia's Presidential Staff Office says it regrets the raising of the Morning Star flag - which is identified with Papuan independence...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk December 1 flag day protests have taken place in several cities around Indonesia including the capital Jakarta, Yogyakarta (Central Java), Ternate...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Academics, journalists and students today raised the West Papuan flag - an act banned in Indonesia and punishable by up to...

By Amanda Siddharta in Jakarta Six activists charged with treason in Jakarta for organising a protest rally for independence last August outside the presidential palace...

By Galih Gumelar in Jakarta A panel of judges at the Central Jakarta District Court have found six activists guilty of committing treasonous acts for...

By Lani Diana Wijaya in Jakarta The trial of six Papuan activists will be held online or long-distance amid the enforcement of large scale social...

Pacific Media Watch Newdesk Fijian police have reportedly cautioned the Pacific Conference of Churches Secretariat from flying the Morning Star – the West Papuan flag of Independence...

ANALYSIS: By Camellia Webb-Gannon Last weekend, the Indonesian police took 43 West Papuan students into custody for allegedly disrespecting the Indonesian flag during an...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk West Papuan rights to freedom of speech and peaceful assembly have been defended by the Office of the UN High Commissioner...

By Arnold Belau in Jayapura and Wahyoe Boediwardhana in Surabaya More than 530 Papuans in several cities across Indonesia and West Papua were arrested following...

By Ivany Atina Arbi and Nethy Dharma Somba in Jakarta and Jayapura The 73rd celebration of Indonesia’s Independence Day last week was tinged with reports...

By Rahul Bhattarai in Auckland Green Party co-leader Marama Davidson last night condemned the “obscenity” of jailing West Papuans by Indonesian authorities for raising their...