‘Excessive’ security measures in Papua blamed for rising violence
The Jakarta Post
Human rights defenders and analysts have again raised their concerns over what they see as “excessive security measures “ in the restive province of Papua following two recent incidents in Abepura and Timika that reportedly led to at least nine deaths.
The National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) on Friday questioned the involvement of the military in securing the Third Papuan P...
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