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  • Nieuwsbrief Free West Papua Campaign

    In this update we bring you news of a shocking new undercover documentary on the situation in West Papua, as well as latest developments from West Papua including Indonesia's refusal to allow the International Committee of the Red Cross to return, and new...
  • Papua mine sued for $US30 billion

    A West Papuan tribe is suing the giant Freeport mine for $US30 billion, claiming massive environmental damage and responsibility for human rights abuses. Representatives of the Amungme people in the Indonesian province say they own 2.6 million hectares wh...
  • Kobe Oser - hulp nodig

    Lieve mensen,   Terug in Nederland wordt het tijd mijn beloftes waar te maken. Aan een aantal heb ik intussen al gestalte gegeven, alleen die aan Maria Rumbiak heb ik nog niet vervuld. Dat doe ik dan bij dezen, alleen, daar heb ik u allen bij nod...
  • Papua's independence aspirations persist despite autonomy

    The granting of special autonomy to the Papua region has notproven sufficient enough to quell the ongoing internal struggleof its people for independence and separation from Indonesia."The root of the problem is Papua's political status, which isnot recog...
  • Local newspaper reports on serious medical condition of Filep Karma

    Report on the Condition of Filep KarmaReceived from Peneas Lokbere, Organisation for Solidarity with Human Rights Victims in PapuaOn 19 August, we visited Bapak Filep Karma, one of the political prisoners being held at the Abepura Prison who is now in the...
  • Indonesian military to build radar station in Papua's Timika

    JAKARTA, Aug. 18 (Xinhua) -- The Indonesian Military (TNI) would construct an air defense radar station in Timika regency in the country's easternmost province of Papua, to improve its early warning system in anticipating possible attack from other countr...
  • Military, police to take ‘action’ against Papuan flag wavers

    Indonesian Military Chief Gen. Djoko Santoso said the military would be taking action against any members of the Free Papua Movement (OPM) who wave the Morning Star flag in Papua at any point on Indonesia’s 64th Independence Day on Monday....
  • Images of Murder of a West Papuan By Indonesian Police

    Monday, 17 August 2009, 1:35 pmPress Release: West Papua National Authority Shocking photos of the brutal murder of a West Papuan by Indonesian police on 3 August 2009 Secretariat, West Papua National Authority: Photo-report on the assass...
  • Fotoverslag van de actie op 15 augutus 2009 in Wassenaar

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  • Fotos actie Sekolah Indonesia Wassenaar 15-08-2009

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  • STATEMENT ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEW YORK AGREEMENT 14TH AUGUST 2009

    STATEMENT ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE NEW YORK AGREEMENT14TH AUGUST 200915th August 2009 marks the 47th anniversary of the New York Agreement - a bilateral treaty between Indonesia and the Kingdom of the Netherlands to resolve the status of the Dutch colony...
  • Bows, arrows and a dream of liberation

    The Independent Friday, 14 August 2009For 40 years, they've fought a jungle war for freedom. Alexander Groom meets one of the world's most isolated rebel armiesA sound of gunshots filled the air as we clambered through thick undergrowth to a clearing. The...
  • Demo The day of broken promises 2009

    FWPC Photo News: Demo THE DAY OF BROKEN PROMISEST 2009 Indonesia Embassy LondonBy WPNews Foto's van de demonstratie 2009 - De dag van de verbroken beloftes 1969...
  • 63rd monthly West Papua Report

    This is the 63rd in a series of monthly reports that focus on developments affecting Papuans. This series is produced by the non-profit West Papua Advocacy Team (WPAT) drawing on media accounts, other NGO assessments, and analysis and reporting from sourc...
  • West Papuan leaders are disappointed with the result of the Pacific Islands Forum Meeting

    International Press Communiqués   The Aboriginal News Group First Nations blog-journalist guild ANG works to keep First Nations/Aboriginal socio-political issues and news within the international information media discourse. For immediate r...
  • Geen overlevenden aangetroffen in toestel Merpati

    JAKARTA - Het ongeluk met het vliegtuig van Merpati Airlines heeft de levens van alle zestien inzittenden gekost. Een bergingsteam bereikte het wrak woensdag (5 augustus), nadat het vliegtuig dinsdag vanuit de lucht al was gelokaliseerd. De DHC-6 Twin Ott...
  • Jezuieten vieren 150ste verjaardag van hun aanwezigheid in Indonesië

    BRUSSEL (KerkNet/Ucanews/Cathnews Asia) – De jezuïeten vierden in Indonesië de 150ste verjaardag van hun aanwezigheid in het land. De eerste jezuïetenmissie in Batavia werd op 9 juli 1859 gestart door twee Nederlandse jezuïeten, ...
  • Govt to build 30 self-supporting integrated towns in border areas

    Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Manpower and Transmigration Minister Erman Soeparno said the government would build 30 self-supporting integrated towns (KTMs) in a number of border areas in the country.Soeparno said here on Wednesday, he had met with the defense ...
  • Wrak vermist vliegtuig Indonesië gevonden

    JAYAPURA -  Reddingswerkers in Indonesië hebben dinsdag het wrak gevonden van een vermist vliegtuig met zestien inzittenden. Het toestel van Merpati Nusantara Airlines stortte zondag neer in de oostelijke provincie Papua, toen het onderwe...
  • Plane with 16 people missing in Indonesia’s Papua

    JAYAPURA, Aug 2 — A plane with 16 people on board went missing in Indonesia’s eastern region of Papua, an official said today, just weeks after the European Commission lifted a ban on four Indonesian airlines....