Police stop tribal war in Tolikara, Papua (11 Jul 2010)
Antara News - Police in Tolikara district on Saturday afternoon succeeded in ending a tribal war that erupted in the wee hours of the day, and are now in full control of the situation.

Forces, protesters fill West Papuan parliament (10 Jul 2010)
The Australian - MORE than 300 Indonesian police and soldiers, together with armoured vehicles, were occupying the West Papuan parliament last night. West Papuan analyst Camellia Webb said as many as 20,000 people took part in an initial rally in Jayapura on Thursday, making it the biggest rally since the fall of Suharto in 1998. About 4000 continued to occupy the parliament building last night.

Most political prisoners in Papua refuse to ask for pardon (10 Jul 2010)
The Jakarta Post - Most political prisoners in Papua refused to ask for a pardon from the President as they claimed not guilty for their separatist movement.

Papuan Freedom Struggle Enters New Phase (10 Jul 2010)
PeaceVoice - West Papua is as far away as you can be from the normal American town, yet the picture of earnest citizens trying to earn freedom from outside control is close to the hearts of us all.

Papoea’s roepen om onafhankelijkheid (10 Jul 2010)
Nederlands Dagblad - Honderden bewoners van de Indonesische provincie Papua hebben de afgelopen dagen in Jayapura betoogd uit protest tegen de speciale autonome status van hun provincie. Zij eisen een gesprek met de regering over een volksraadpleging over onafhankelijkheid. (in Dutch)