November 29, 2010
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Sun, 11/28/2010 6:55 PM | Archipelago
Police announced Sunday that a 10-year-old child was among those injured in an attack perpetrated by unidentified armed men in Nafri village, Abepura, Jayapura.
The child was identified as Fernal Nongka, tempointeraktif.com reported.
Fernal and two other victims – Alex Nongka, 40, and Baharudin, 49 – are now being treated at the Abepura hospital Read the rest of this entry »
November 23, 2010
The government will provide education for every Indonesian and develop centers of quality education throughout the country.
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono inaugurated five state universities in several border areas on Monday.
The launch was held at the auditorium of the Cenderawasih University in Jayapura, Papua. “We are opening these five state institutions to improve the country’s education,” said Yudhoyono, who also opened the national meeting of Student Executive Boards from universities across the nation. Read the rest of this entry »
November 13, 2010
There is “no immunity” for members of the country’s armed forces
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said Monday there was “no immunity” for members of the country’s armed forces, after a video showed them torturing unarmed civilians in Papua.
He told a weekly cabinet meeting that the soldiers involved would be punished, and rejected international pressure over the issue ahead of a visit to Jakarta by Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Read the rest of this entry »
November 7, 2010
Papua isn’t different like another provinces in Indonesia. We were established our country together with the same of act or equality rules. The different one just based from race, the eastern of Indonesian inhabitant ( Papua, Maluku n Timor Islands) are Melanesian Negroid Race not like majority of Indonesian that Malayan Mongoloid Race, but itsn’t a matter coz its nothing dominate supperior here, like Caucasoid to Aborigin in Australia, no..no itsn’t being in Papua. Papuan held their own govermential there. We’ve some Caucasoid Race too in Acehnese, North Sumatra.
For complete article please follow this link Papua Story