Papuan shot dead during clash (12 May 2013)
Jakarta Post - Anton Kogoya, a 27-year-old man from Wamena, Papua, was shot dead in a clash during which an unidentified soldier with the Indonesian Military (TNI) fired toward a group of allegedly drunk local residents at 10:34 p.m. local time on Saturday.

Military shoot four detainees to death and beat prison guards in Sleman (2 May 2013)
AHRC - The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has received information from a local NGO, KontraS, regarding the shooting of four detainees in the Cebongan Correctional Facility by military officers. The shooting was an act of revenge by the officers for the murder of one of their colleagues which took place a couple of days prior to the shooting. In order to get in to the prison and the specific cell they were looking for, the officers assaulted prison guards and destroyed some prison facilities. There is a strong allegation that the shooting took place with prior knowledge of the police and the military.

Police, Separatists Clash on 50th Anniversary of Integration of Papua (1 May 2013)
Jakarta Globe - The Indonesian government’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the integration of Papua on Wednesday was overshadowed by pro-independence flags being raised across the region and reports of a deadly shooting of separatist activists by police.

Papuans Behind Bars - May 2013 (1 May 2013)
Papuans behind bars - At the end of May 2013 there were at least 76 political prisoners in Papuan jails. The first two weeks of May saw scores of demonstrators arrested for their activities commemorating 50th anniversary of the administrative transfer of Papua to Indonesia.

Victims of the Aceh conflict still waiting for truth, justice and reparation (18 Apr 2013)
Amnesty International - Victims and family members are still waiting for the Indonesian authorities to provide them with truth, justice and full reparation almost eight years after the end to the devastating Aceh conflict, Amnesty International said in a new report released today.