Ecumenical camp unites Papuan young people (9 Jul 2010) - Two hundred Catholic and Protestant young people joined an ecumenical camp in Indonesia’s predominantly Christian Papua province this week. “The camp aims to boost unity and togetherness among the young generation and to help young people improve their self-confidence.”

Dialogue a must for Papua (9 Jul 2010)
TAPOL - Papua is in a state of heightened tension following a series of events that culminated in a mass rally yesterday by thousands of Papuans at the provincial parliament, the DPRP, in Jayapura.

Papua March Sees Thousands Demand Referendum on Self-Determination (8 Jul 2010)
Jakarta Globe, the Jakarta Post - Thousands of Papuans rallied on Thursday to urge the provincial legislature to end special autonomy and demand a referendum allowing them to determine their own fate.

Indonesia pardons Papuan prisoner (8 Jul 2010)
The Sydney Morning Herald, Amnesty International, Jakarta Post - A prominent Papuan activist jailed for raising an outlawed separatist flag (Yusak Pakage) has been released after Indonesia granted him a pardon, an official said on Thursday.

Cursed by plenty - Paying a covert visit to Papua's fighters in the forest (8 Jul 2010)
The Economist - Jayapura, the Baliem valley and Timika. Day 1: Finishing its night flight from Jakarta, the aeroplane descends alongside the green Cyclops mountains, which divide Papua’s shoreline from the island's interior [...] This place is littered with the history of 20th-century colonial wars.