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Posted by ARW747 on October 6, 2013 at 8:05 PM

Free West Papua Campaign newsletter
October 2013

We are sad to report that many West Papuans continue to be beaten, tortured, imprisoned and killed. Despite this the people continue to defy the Indonesian authorities by staging mass protests across West Papua. We report below on a large crackdown with hundreds of arrests but we are very pleased to infrorm you that following urgent action campaigns everyone who was arrested on this demonstration has been released. Please remeber to visit our website where, among other things, you can purchase the new Lani Singers CD.

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Mass arrests at peaceful independence demonstrations

On September 16th, thousands of West Papuans marched across their country in support of independence for their nation of West Papua. Demonstrations took place in the towns of Jayapura, Timika, Makassar Biak, Yahukimo, Wamena, Nabire , Boven Digoel and Merauke. Sadly, scores…

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Vanuatu calls for UN probe of rights abuses in West Papua

We are delighted to report some groundbreaking news for the West Papuan struggle today. The Prime Minister of the Republic of Vanuatu, Moana Kalosil Carcasses who fully supports independence for West Papua and who is also a founding member of IPWP…

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Indonesian police murder young man for refusing to shave his hair and beard

We have some very shocking and tragic news to report from West Papua. An innocent West Papuan man, Alpius Mote (20) was shot dead on Monday 23rd September in Waghete village in the Deiyei regency of West Papua because he refused to cut his hair and shave off his beard…

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Pedalling for Papua – a cycle ride raising global awareness

We are very pleased to present a personal report from Jeremy Bally who is cycling across the UK and on into the Netherlands as he continues pedalling for Papua. Pedalling for Papua will continue for another 2 months, moving through the Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia before…

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