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Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A Papuan leader who has been sought by Indonesian police over the 2019 Papua "Spring" uprising, Victor Yeimo, has been arrested...

General Gatot Nurmantyo, a former commander in the Indonesian National Armed Forces, giving his television interview - in Bahasa Indonesian. Video: TV-One Indonesia Asia Pacific...

By Achmad Nasrudin Yahya in Jakarta The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) is calling in a pledge made by President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo in 2015...

By Anita Roberts in Port Vila Vanuatu needs to continue to maintain its strong support for West Papua by ensuring that the United Liberation Movement...

RNZ Saturday Mornings with Kim Hill Australian human rights lawyer Jennifer Robinson has been described as the go-to barrister for London's rich and famous. Standing by...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The local West Papua action group in Dunedin has met Taieri MP Ingrid Leary and raised human rights and militarisation issues...

By Reiner Brabar in Sorong, West Papua Scores of activists from the Papua People's Solidarity Against Racism (SPMR) have held a free speech forum in...

By Jasmine Chia in Bangkok It is an unlikely combination: the white stars of the West Papuan and Myanmar flags, side by side. “West Papua Stands...

OPINION: By Theo Hesegem in Wamena, Papua Indonesian President Joko Widodo has repeatedly made trips to two of Melanesian provinces, Papua and West Papua, in...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Victor Mambor in Jayapura and Marchio Irfan Gorbiano in Jakarta As it approaches two decades in force, the special autonomy status of...

EDITORIAL: By David Robie, editor of Asia Pacific Report Asia Pacific Report, the Auckland-based independent news and analysis website, has been increasingly targeted by Indonesian...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk A 17-year-old youth has become the latest victim of Indonesia’s six-decades-long colonisation of West Papua, alleges the United Liberation Movement of...

Asia Pacific Report Indonesian police have broken up a protest action against the extension of Special Autonomy (Otsus) in Papua that took place on Jalan...

Asia Pacific Report Human rights lawyer Veronica Koman has challenged the contrasting positions taken by the Indonesian government in response to calls to resolve the...

Asia Pacific Report Indonesian police have asked participants at a protest action against Special Autonomy (Otsus) in Papua to take covid-19 rapid tests at the...

Asia Pacific Report The Indonesian state is causing a renewed humanitarian crisis in West Papua. Three young West Papuan men have been murdered by the...

By a special Asia Pacific Report correspondent Intan Jaya has started Lent with bitter sorrow after losing three young Papuan men alleged to have been...

By Devina Halim in Jakarta The family of Pastor Yeremia Zanambani who was killed in Intan Jaya, Papua, on September 19 last year has agreed...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesia is trying again to "divide and rule my people" by further carving Papua into three new provinces, warns interim president...

By Devina Halim in Jakarta The Security sector Reform Coalition says there are three problems which need to be addressed when the sole candidate for...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk Indonesia's former coloniser, the Netherlands, has become the 83rd international state calling for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Victor Mambor in Jayapura - first of a three-part investigation into the Pastor Yeremia Zanambani assassination. The Papua Province Humanitarian Team for...