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An Indonesian military plane has been shot at by a faction of the West Papua Liberation Army in Papua province.
The West Papua Liberation Army says four of its members have been shot dead by Indonesia's military in Tembagapura district.
Gunmen opened fire on a small commercial plane as it landed in Indonesia's Papua on Saturday.
A leading West Papuan independence activist has been arrested by Indonesian police in Jayapua.
Amnesty International is calling on Indonesia to drop treason charges against six West Papuan activists.
Dozens of protestors in Indonesia's Papua continue to occupy the governor's office, after violent protests rocked Jayapura.
Several government buildings in the provincial capital were torched on… Video, Audio
Several government buildings in the Papuan provincial capital have been burned by protestors demanding an independence referendum.
A major palm oil producer has been found guilty of rainforest destruction and human rights abuses in Papua. Audio
Major palm oil producer Korindo has been found guilty of rainforest destruction and human rights abuses in the Indonesian province of Papua by the Forest Stewardship Council.
New figures from Indonesia's Statistics bureau again show Papua is the area with the country's highest rates of poverty.
Police in Indonesia's Papua province are investigating the killing of a local resident by a drunk police officer.
Two West Papuans have been sentenced to more than a year in an Indonesian prison over a rebellion.
British MPs have urged the government to do more to press Indonesia to stop human rights abuses and violence in Papua.
A rebel group in Indonesia-ruled West Papua is protesting calls for one of its members to face the death penalty.
Rebel fighters in West Papua's Central Highlands shot and wounded two Indonesian soldiers on Wednesday.
The trial of a Polish man charged with treason for allegedly supplying arms to Papuan rebel fighters continues today.
Indonesia's military says elections held last week in Papua went smoothly, despite threats of more violence from rebels.
A human rights group has reported that tens of thousands of people in Indonesia's Papua province have been displaced by conflict.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo says some people in Papua's provincial capital of Jayapura will have to relocate because of the threat of disasters.
Solomon Islands is looking at expanding trade with Indonesia, including ports in Papua.