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Papua: Two police officers die in firefight in Lanny Jaya
Jayapura, Papua: Two police officers died while two others were wounded and another one still unaccounted for following a shootout with an unknown armed group in Indiwa in the district of Lanny Jaya, Papua, at 12.45 local time on Monday.
NZ ministers asked to meet with visiting West Papu...
West Papua journalist and editor Victor Mambor with members of the West Papua Action Auckland and Pacific Media Centre during a visit to the PMC office in Auckland.
Three Soldiers Injured in an Attack in Papua
Jayapura. Three soldiers suffered from gunshot injuries on Monday morning following an attack against a military post in the Tingginambut area of Papua's Puncak Jaya district, alleged to have been lead by a separatist group.
Tolley and Coleman urged to meet West Papuan visitor
Police Minister Anne Tolley and Defence Minister Dr Jonathan Coleman have a rare opportunity this week to gain first-hand knowledge about Indonesian police and military activities in West Papua.West Papua is all but closed to international journalists and other independent observers so police and military atrocities don't make our headlines.
Ecosse Energy Announces Sale of Ecosse Energy (Manokwari) Ltd
EEML owns a 100% working interest in the Manokwari PSC in Papua, Indonesia which allows it the rights to explore and exploit the hydrocarbons within the PSC.
Indonesian presidential election: Live...
Widodo is expected to arrive soon and there are some 300 supporters and journalists waiting outside.
West Papua on full alert
The security forces in West Papua have raised the security level in the territory to "Siaga Satu" leading up to the presidential election on the 9 July, Maj.
West Papua: Six KNPB activists arrested and beaten
The KNPB has reported that a six of their activists were arrested, beaten and taken to the Jayapura Police Station yesterday afternoon, 3 July.
West Papuan journalistsa advocate to visit
The first journalist from West Papua to visit New Zealand, Victor Mambor, is due in the country from July 27 to August 3. West Papua has a reputation as one of the most difficult places to report on, with foreign journalists banned from entry to record the territory's half-century-long struggle between Indonesian authorities and indigenous Papuan ... (more)
Anticipation July 1 in Mimika Police Intelligence ...
Mimika Police and the Indonesian National Army has deployed local intelligence to make early detection of any potential that might occur when a warning July 1 tomorrow.
Security forces intimidate West Papuans leading up to 1 July
The 1st July is a very important day in the West Papuan struggle for self-determination and independence.