Indonesia: Stop Prosecuting Peaceful Political Expression (22 Jun 2010)
Human Rights Watch - The Indonesian government should immediately release the more than 100 Papuan and Moluccan activists imprisoned for peacefully voicing political views, and change laws and policies to protect freedom of expression, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today. The government should act now to ensure that a European Union-Indonesia dialogue on human rights scheduled for June 29, 2010, in Jakarta will get off to a successful start, Human Rights Watch said.

Papuans rally for new province (22 Jun 2010)
The Jakarta Post - More than 3,000 people rallied for the creation of a new province in Papua during a demonstration in Timika, Papua, on Monday.

Lake Sentani Festival showcases Papua’s charms (20 Jun 2010)
The Jakarta Post - The Lake Sentani Festival kicked off Saturday, luring thousands of tourists to Jayapura regency in Papua to enjoy a showcase of the province’s traditional arts and culture.

Special autonomy a failure: Papuans (19 Jun 2010)
The Jakarta Post - Around 2,000 Papuans went on a 20-kilometer march Friday to demand the Papua Legislative Council overturn the province's special autonomy status.

Concerns about operations in Puncak Jaya Region of West Papua (18 Jun 2010)
West Papua Advocacy Team (WPAT) - Reports from the Puncak Jaya region, inside the central highlands of West Papua, indicate that Indonesian security forces, principally the militarized police ("BRIMOB"), have launched actions against the small, armed Free Papua Movement (OPM).