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Asia Pacific Report newsdesk International pressure is mounting on Indonesia to free West Papuan activist Victor Yeimo, the international spokesperson for the peaceful civilian West...

RNZ Pacific The world is on the brink of a climate catastrophe, with just a narrow window for action to reverse global processes predicted to...

RNZ News The climate is changing, faster than we thought - and humans have caused it. Last night, the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change...

RNZ News A UN official with covid-19 has been evacuated from Fiji on a mercy flight after an about-turn from New Zealand's health authorities. RNZ Checkpoint...

COMMENT: By John Minto US ice cream manufacturer Ben and Jerry has announced it will no longer sell icecream in the occupied Palestinian Territories. This is...

Tabloid Jubi in Jayapura The West Papuan Council of Churches (WPCC) has condemned the Indonesian government's Special Autonomy (Otsus) law ratified by the Jakarta parliament...

RNZ Pacific A New Zealand explorer who trekked in West Papua before Indonesian rule says he is saddened to see what colonisation has done to...

ANALYSIS: By Dominic O'Sullivan, Charles Sturt University For many New Zealanders, He Puapua came shrouded in controversy from the moment it became public knowledge earlier...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Pacific regional civil society groups claim that DeepGreen, a venture capitalist company, has started "the clock ticking" with little regard for...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk West Papua National Liberation Army-Free Papua Organisation (TPNPB-OPM) spokesperson Sebby Sambom says the armed resistance force is not prepared to hold...

COMMENT: By Marilyn Garson in Wellington I lived in Gaza from 2011, through the attack of 2014, and for one year after. I am not...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Human rights lawyer and Papua advocate Veronica Koman has formally reported the arrest of West Papua National Committee (KNPB) spokesperson Victor...

ANALYSIS: By Yamin Kogoya The Indonesian government has officially labelled the OPM (Organisasi Papua Merdeka) Free Papuan Movement and its military wing, the TPNPB (West...

Papuan protesters outside the United Nations headquarters yesterday after John Anari was gagged again from making a full statement at the UN Permanent Forum...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A West Papuan envoy who was gagged while addressing the United Nations Permanent  Forum on Indigenous Issues two years ago is...

By Charlie Dreaver, RNZ News political reporter The New Zealand Children's Commissioner is even more concerned about the deportation of a 15-year-old from Australia, now...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The Green Climate Fund is a beacon of rich-poor cooperation on tackling the climate crisis, reports Climate Change News. A newly reengaged...

Asia Pacific Report The Australia West Papua Association (AWPA) has called on the Australian government to stop trying to keep Papua off the agenda at...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk In its new report, Safety of Journalists Covering Protests – Preserving Freedom of the Press During Times of Civil Unrest, the...

Not everyone is in the same boat! Video: Al Jazeera Pacific Media Centre Newsdesk United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres argues that inequality starts at the top...

REVIEW: By David Robie The 4300-km Trans-Papua Highway costing some US$1.4 billion was supposed to bring “wealth, development and prosperity” to the isolated regions of...

Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Vanuatu leaders have taken the podium at the United Nations General Assembly to speak out against the military repression of anti-racism...