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Three fans were arrested for alleged "unacceptable abuse" during Brighton & Hove Albion's 1-1 home draw against Chelsea in the Premier League.
National Police ensured the legal process against Papuan students who were suspected in the alleged cases of racism in Surabaya would be continued.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said on the 29th anniversary of German reunification that economic grievances in the east were no excuse for racism.
Leading Papuan feminist appealed to the Mimika district government to take better care of native Papuan women and protect them.
President Jokowi told that he constantly monitors the development currently happening in Papua, especially in its capital Jayapura.
Dozens of people and Papuan students staged a demonstration in front of the building of Home Affairs Ministry in Central Jakarta, Wednesday, August 28
East Java Police set to investigate the act of persecution and racism during the raid in Papuan university students dormitory, Surabaya.
LIPI researcher on Papuan studies revealed four conflict sources in Papua, including the negligence of several past human rights violations cases.
Communication and Informatics (Kominfo) Ministry has identified two hoax contents related to the raid against Papuan university students in Surabaya.
The East Java Police dismissed reports of its officers having spoken a racist word while securing 43 Papuan students in Surabaya.
FIFA has urged national football federations and leagues to adopt their own tough rules on dealing with racism.
Three Chelsea fans were stopped from entering Europa League game after an alleged racist chant about Liverpool's Mohamed Salah circulated.