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An earthquake measured at M5.3 rocked the Manokwari District in the West Papua Province this morning.
Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto was asked to seriously handle the issues surrounding Papua and West Papua.
President Jokowi pledges to continue prioritizing Papua and West Papua's infrastructure development for the next five years.
The West Papua Disaster Mitigation Agency (BPBD) records over 800 villages and sub-districts in the region are susceptible to landslides and floods.
Transportation Ministry planned to build and develop four airports in West Papua in a bid to speed up connectivity.
The death toll from the rioting in the Jayawijaya district capital of Wamena in Papua province reached 31 as of September 30, says Health Ministry.
The telecommunication and internet connection in 29 regencies/cities in Papua including Wamena have now returned to normal.
As reported earlier, the government accused Benny Wenda, the ULMWP head, as the mastermind behind a string of riots in Papua and West Papua.
Presidential Staff of Chief Moeldoko said that President Jokowi will hold another meeting with Papuan and West Papuan figures.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.3 shook Tambrauw Regency, West Papua Province, on Saturday at 12:42 local time.
West Papua Governor Dominggus Mandacan said that he has met Finance Minister Sri Mulyani to talk of budget needed to rebuild regional facilities.
Buchtar Tabuni, the deputy head of United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP), has been nabbed by police today, September 11.
The government decided to re-open internet access in Papua and West Papua provinces that was previously blocked following rioting in several locations
President Jokowi says Papua will be equipped with the 4G connection once the Eastern Palapa Ring Project completes.
President Jokowi held a meeting with a total of 61 Papuan figures in the State Palace, Jakarta, Tuesday, September 10.
The police denied claims posted to Twitter that a student in West Papua was shot by a police officer.
Some 700 native Papuan students studying at various universities outside Papua Province have returned home in the aftermath of the Surabaya incident.
Representatives of all tribes in Manokwari District, West Papua Province will issue a peace declaration on Wednesday to help restore security.
Coordinating Minister Wiranto said the government is set to allocate Rp100 billion to renovate damaged public facilities and vital objects in Papua.
Per Thursday, September 5, the police have named 57 suspects in the protests that turned violent in Papua and 21 suspects of riots in West Papua.