Police embedded to help secure Freeport employees
Markus Makur and Angela Flassy
The Jakarta Post
The authorities have increased security measures at mining firm PT Freeport Indonesia by slipping a police officer into each of the buses transporting company employees between work and home.The measures, which are supported by 1,700 army and police personnel, have been adopted in
the wake of repeated shooting incidents along the road from Timika to Tembagapura.Sporadic shootings by unidentifi...
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