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Human rights watchdog KontraS speaks up about the latest incident regarding authorities using excessive force in Merauke, Papua.
Violent acts against a Papuan was again caught on camera, on Wednesday, July 28.
KontraS issues recommendation for the police institution, after it receives 651 reports of police brutality.
Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi said Israeli occupation is the core issue of the violence occurring in Palestine.
Jokowi claims ASEAN country leaders have all agreed to prioritize the interest and safety of the people of Myanmar.
Indonesian government says that women have lost their income since the pandemic began.
The Myanmar military's use of violence against anti-coup protesters is unacceptable, Indonesian Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi has said.
Myanmar security forces killed 114 people, including some children, in a brutal crackdown on pro-democracy protesters on Saturday, March 27.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo has called for an immediate halt to violence in Myanmar to avert climbing death toll.
The President's Regulation on prevention of extremism and terrorism championed by Chief of Staff Moeldoko face scrutiny from Setara Institute.
Twitter said on Friday that it has permanently removed the account of U.S. President Donald Trump for possible "further incitement of violence."
In commemoration of World Human Rights Day, KontraS reported there were 40 acts of violence in Papua throughout 2020.
Jakarta must open a dialog before extending the special autonomy status of Papua. Money cannot restore the dead to life.
National Police (Polri) question the intent behind KontraS' video compilation of numerous police brutality during the anti-omnibus law protests.
The police arrested activists from the Save Indonesia Coalition for spreading hate. This is a foolish way to deal with differences of opinion.
VP Ma'ruf Amin stated that an approach prioritizing religious principles is more effective to create peace and maintain harmony in the community.
The Jakarta Police Chief says 54 out of the 1,192 people arrested during the Thursday rally against the Job Creation Omnibus Law are named suspects.
The Alliance of Independent Journalists (AJI) recorded 28 violent cases against journalists during the news reporting of anti-omnibus law protest.
Rejecting an extension of special autonomy status, a number of groups in Papua have demanded a referendum. The government must prioritize dialogue.
The National Commission on Violence against Women (Komnas Perempuan) is seeing a surge in domestic violence since the pandemic struck the country.