AFP. SYDNEY A CONFIDENTIAL report on Papuan separatists prepared by Indonesia’s elite Kopassus military unit claimed armed groups stood ready for guerrilla war but had proof of just one weapon for every 10 men. The report “Anatomy of Papuan Separatists” was published by Australia’s Fairfax newspapers on Saturday, and claimed the people of the resource-rich […]
Jayapura (ANTARA News) – Timika Brigade-20 Chief of Staff Lt Col Inf Victor Deni was wounded in an attack by unidentified gunmen at PT Freeport`s mining area in Timika on Wednesday. A reliable source in Timika said the shooting incident which was the latest in spate of security disturbances in restive Papua province occurred at […]
Updates on Legal Proceedings on Theys Eluay’s Assassination per 23 April 2003, by WPNews Indonesia withdraws tainted Kopassus force from Papua, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, February 27, 2003 Indonesia Withdraws Troops From Papua Province, AFP, 27 February 2003 PUBLIC JOINT STATEMENT – ELS-HAM, LBH AND KONTRAS PAPUA REJECT AND URGE THE DISBANDMENT OF NATIONAL INQUIRY COMMISSION AND […]
The Jakarta Post.com Latest News 11/8/2002 9:06:17 PM TNI chief sues The Washington Post for US$1 billion over Timika case JAKARTA (JP): Indonesian Military (TNI) chief Gen. Endriartono Sutarto said his side would sue The Washington Post for US$1 billion over its report that TNI had masterminded the attack in Timika several months ago.
Asia Times Online November 6, 2002 By Tom Fawthrop The highly politicized Indonesian military, trained in waging terror during more than 30 years of General Suharto’s dictatorship, are among the suspects in last month’s Bali bombing, according to a respected Indonesian commentator.