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The Papuan human rights activist regrets the death of the healthcare worker in an incident in Pegunungan Bintang.
Papua Governor offers his deep condolences for the death of healthcare workers in an attack by a local armed criminal group (KKB).
A shootout broke out between TNI-Polri personnel and armed groups or KKB on Monday, September 13, in Kiwirok, Pegunungan Bintang, Papua.
The Papua Police have confirmed news about a local armed criminal group (KKB) burning down an airport tower in Puncak, Papua.
The armed criminal group (KKB) reportedly set fire to the control tower of Aminggaru Airport, Ilaga, Puncak Regency, Papua on Thursday, June 3.
It is suspected that the armed criminal group (KKB) around the Puncak regency has 70 pieces of varied firearms.
Indonesian military's Nemangkawi task force in Papua managed to confiscate firearms and ammunition in a location of a shootout with KKB.
The Indonesian police asserted that not all members of the armed criminal group or KKB in Papua who surrender to the police would face sanctions.
The police have referred the matter of supporters of Papuan armed criminal groups (KKB) in Papua New Guinea to the Foreign Affairs Ministry.
Joint personnel of the military and the police have shot dead Lesmin Waker, the commander of the Lekagak Telenggen armed criminal group (KKB).
Head of police intelligence and former Papua police chief speaks about the criminal armed groups (KKB) and the hardship to overcome them.
The term 'Papua armed criminal groups' may mislead people to unfairly generalize people with Papuan origins says Mahfud MD.
Indonesian Military (TNI) Commander Marshal Hadi Tjahjanto and the Police Chief Gen. Listyo Sigit planned to visit Papua on Thursday, May 6.
The Papua Regional Police have mapped six armed criminal groups (KKB) that actively carried out security disturbances in the region.
The joint personnel of the Indonesian Military (TNI) and the National Police were sent to Ilaga District, Puncak Regency in Papua.
A Palace official said the decision to label armed criminal groups (KKB) in Papua as terrorists was made after thorough considerations.
Human rights group Setara Institute deems that the government was emotional and in a hurry to label the armed group (KKB) in Papua as terrorists.
The Indonesian Police planned to redesign the pattern of its operations to hunt down armed criminal groups or KKB in Papua.
KontraS assessed that labeling the armed criminal groups (KKB) in Papua terrorists is an attempt to silence voices that demand justice.
Indonesia is reviewing suggestions that the Papuan armed criminal group (KKB) should be labeled or categorized as terrorist.