President Goes to Papua, Police on Alert for Separatist Flag-Unfurling (22 Nov 2010)
TEMPO Interactive - The police have arrested three people for unfurling the Bintang Kejora flag last Saturday, or one day after President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono’s arrival in the province. The President will be in Jayapura for two days to officially open the National Student Executive Board meeting at Cenderawasih University and give guidance at the Regional Financial Capacity Reinforcement Forum at the Papua Governor’s office.

Activists Slam Indonesia Military for ‘Sidelining’ Papua Torture (22 Nov 2010)
Jakarta Globe - Human Rights Watch on Monday lambasted the government for failing to prosecute five soldiers allegedly caught on tape torturing two Papuan civilians, even after one of the victims came forward to recount his ordeal.

President’s agenda steers clear of human rights issue (22 Nov 2010)
The Jakarta Post - President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono arrived in Papua on Sunday to meet with the local administration on regional revenue and to open a national university student body conference, steering clear of the thorny issue of human rights violations.

Tight security separates President from Papuans (22 Nov 2010)
The Jakarta Post - Tight security surrounding President Susilio Bambang Yudhoyono during his visit to Jayapura yesterday has drawn disappointment from several Papuans who had hoped to catch a glimpse of their leader and his wife First Lady Ani Kristianti.

Australia 'embarrassed' by Papua response (22 Nov 2010)
ABC News - The US-based group, Human Rights Watch says the Australian government has been embarrassed by Indonesia's response to a video showing Indonesian troops torturing Papuan detainees. It was a hot issue when Julia Gillard went to Jakarta a few weeks ago but when called on to raise it with Indonesia's presidents, she responded by relying on his pledge to investigate the matter fully. Now, it appears, there is no serious investigation and local human rights activists warn that a whitewash will undermine their cause for justice.