Papua one of Indonesia’s ‘black holes’ for human rights – Amnesty

Indonesian police at a demonstration in the Papuan region Picture: Supplied / Whens Tebay

Amnesty International says Papua is one of Indonesia’s “black holes” for human rights. The group claimed, this week, that at least 95 people have been killed by Indonesian security forces in the Papuan region over the past eight years. Director of Amnesty International Indonesia, Usman Hamid, said that despite over 20 years of democratic reform […]

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