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Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) plans to open a government branch office in the neighbouring Papua New Guinean...

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,...

RNZ Pacific Vanuatu's Shefa province is recognising Benny Wenda as the interim president of a provisional "independent" West Papuan government. In a country that has historically...

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 David Robie Pressure is mounting on Indonesia to back off its brutal and unsuccessful military strategy in trying to crush West Papuan resistance to...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk West Papuans will peacefully mark the 60th anniversary of the birth of West Papua next week -- on Wednesday, December 1. It...

Suara Papua in Jayapura "Since it was first established on November 19, 2008, the West Papua National Committee (KNPB) has always been confronted by many...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific journalist Armed conflict in West Papua has caused an exodus of displaced people into one of the most...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The interim president of the United Liberation Movement of West Papua (ULMWP) has accused Indonesia of holding its 20th National Games...

ANALYSIS: By Yamin Kogoya Two Melanesian state leaders addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on West Papua last week. During the 76th UNGA, both Papua...

By Victor Mambor in Jayapura A major national sports event opened in Papua at the weekend, with officials hoping it will showcase the Indonesian government’s...

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 Ihsanuddin in Jakarta Indonesian police forcibly broke up a protest marking the 1962 Rome Agreement in front of the US Embassy in Central...

Asia Pacific Report newsdesk The panel of judges hearing the case against a West Papuan activist accused of treason have ordered the prosecution to prioritise...

By Johnny Blades, RNZ Pacific journalist The trial of West Papuan political prisoner Victor Yeimo has begun in an Indonesian court in Jayapura. Yeimo, who is...

By Ronna Nirmala in Jakarta A pro-independence activist in Indonesia’s Papua province will stand trial next week on charges of treason, says his lawyer. A day...

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...

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...

"We Have Come To Testify" ... survivors give evidence about the 1998 Biak massacre at a "citizens' tribunal" hearing hosted by the Centre for...

SPECIAL REPORT: By Yamin Kogoya Indonesia's most troubled province of Papua is become embroiled in another mass demonstration with protesters barricading provincial government buildings and...

IndoLeft News The West Papua National Liberation Army-Free Papua Organisation (TPNPB-OPM) has warned the Papuan people not to trust that the TNI (Indonesian military) and...