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By Domingos Gomes in Dili Timor-Leste national police (PNTL) have arrested 46 students at a West Papua independence solidarity protest in Dili, amid accusations the...

By Michael Andrew The Indonesian media is contributing to resentment and racism toward Papuans, according to a human rights researcher and former journalist. Andreas Harsono of Human...

By RNZ News Auckland University of Technology has denied bowing to Chinese government pressure to stop one of its rooms being used for an event...

By RNZ News About 2000 people showed their support as New Zealand protests against a controversial proposed housing development at Ihumātao in South Auckland entered...

Protests to challenge the presidential election results have escalated in the capital of Jakarta for two nights running. Video: Jakarta Post Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Jakarta...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Thousands of school students, teachers and climate advocates gathered at cities across New Zealand today to kickstart the global Strike 4...

By Hannah Williams of Te Waha Nui Students across New Zealand are striking today as part of a worldwide day of action over global warming...

By Chen Toisuta in Ambon, Maluku Scores of students from the Student Struggle Centre for National Liberation (Pembebasan) and the Papuan Student Alliance (AMP) have...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk Indonesian police should investigate a Papuan armed group’s killing of at least 17 people, including a soldier, at a construction area...

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...

The National Parliament of Papua New Guinea came under attack yesterday as angry police and corrections officers stormed into Parliament Haus and destroyed the...

Protesters mark the 46th anniversary of the declaration of martial law under Philippines dictator Marcos with demonstrations against President Duterte. Video: Rappler By Paterno Esmaquel...

Nepal has recently updated its legal system with new civil and criminal  codes. However, writes Rahul Bhattarai of Asia Pacific Report, failure to consult...

OPINION: By Glenn Fredly in Jakarta The remarks of renowned American philosopher John Dewey, "If you want to establish some conception of a society, go...

By Rahul Bhattarai Greenpeace executive director Russel Norman praised the “people power” that gained an important victory in the “oil war” when the Rainbow Warrior...

Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk The Greenpeace flagship, Rainbow Warrior 3, will arrive in Auckland tomorrow on the next stage of her "Making Oil History" tour...

By Arnold Belau in Jayapura Police have violently broken up a peaceful action being held by the Indonesian People's Front for West Papua (FRI-WP) in...

By Bastian Tebai in Surabaya Indonesian police last night arrested 49 Papuan students who live at the Kamasan Papuan Dormitory in the East Java provincial...

By Global Voices Late on the night of August 5, 2018, award-winning Bangladeshi photographer and activist Dr Shahidul Alam was forcibly abducted from his house...

By Chris Graham on board the Al Awda By the time you read this, I’ll be sailing on an old, converted fishing trawler from Sicily,...

By Sally Pokiton in Port Moresby Papua New Guinea's mayhem in the Southern Highlands capital of Mendi earlier this month caused destruction of 42,000 vaccine...

BRIEFING: By Keith Jackson This week turned out to be one of those only too frequent turbulent periods in Papua New Guinea when you never...