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By Agus Pabika in Jayapura President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo's visit to Papua last weekend to officially open Indonesia's National Games (PON XX) and officiate a...

By Rahel Narda Chaterine in Jakarta The Papua Advocacy Team says that Indonesian police committed acts of violence and sexual harassment while breaking up a...

By Hengky Yeimo in Jayapura Papuan activist Victor Yeimo has been receiving medical treatment in hospital following a police crackdown on a protest in the...

COMMENTARY: By Trevor Richards Apologies have been in the news recently. Last month, French President Emmanuel Macron told "French" Polynesia (Ma'ohi Nui) that French nuclear testing...

RNZ News New Zealand police are out again today enforcing the rules of the level 4 lockdown concentrating on dealing with any illegal gatherings, ensuring...

RNZ Pacific A series of demonstrations in the West Papua region today have been forcibly stopped by Indonesian police. The protests were organised by a network...

By Oiwan Lam in Hong Kong Hong Kong police on June 4 deployed 7000 officers in Victoria Park and across the city to ensure that...

RNZ Pacific Indonesian police have forcefully dispersed a number of West Papuan protests around the region. The protesters were yesterday calling for the release of pro-independence...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Activists from the Papua People's Solidarity (Sorak) have protested against Indonesia's policies in the Papuan region, militarism and Israel's war on...

COMMENTARY: By Marilyn Garson I woke up to the news and fear cut into me for my family in Israel.  Where are they right now? ...

By Yogi Ernes in Jakarta Indonesian police have seized 15 Papuan students among scores arrested at a May Day rally in central Jakarta on the...

By Ryan Aditya in Jakarta Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (Kontras) coordinator Fatia Maulidiyanti has condemned the invitation to Myanmar coup leader...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Police have forced protesters demonstrating at the weekend against the attendance of Myanmar military commander General Min Aung Hlaing at the...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Graeme Acton As the military junta in Myanmar continues its brutal attempt to subdue nationwide protests following February's coup, New Zealand-based Myanmar...

By a special Asia Pacific Report correspondent in Jakarta It was September 2019, and exiled Indonesian human rights lawyer Veronica Koman was enjoying her final...

ANALYSIS: By Janine Mendes-Franco and Emma Lewis As armed supporters of outgoing US President Donald Trump forced their way into the United States Capitol last...

By Ella Stewart, RNZ News reporter American expats are feeling grateful to be living in Aotearoa after watching the chaos and violence unfold at the...

By RNZ News The 16 protesters at Waikeria Prison have surrendered to authorities after a six-day stand-off. The news that the men had ended the stand-off...

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 Demonstrators from the Papuan Student Alliance (AMP) have protested the Indonesian police actions in blocking them when they wanted to hold...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Indonesian special forces are turning West Papua into "more of a hunting ground", warns an exiled Papuan leader in response to...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk By officially passing the controversial Omnibus Law on Job Creation this week, Indonesia's House of Representatives (DPR), has triggered widespread protests...