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A lack of vaccination in West Papuan communities has been linked to failures by Indonesia's health workers.
A Polish man arrested in Papua province by Indonesian police has denied that he conspired to overthrow the government.
The Governor of Indonesia's Papua province wants West Papuans to be able to connect more with people in neighbouring Papua New Guinea.
A Papuan fugitive has died shortly after being arrested by police in Merauke.
Parents in Papua are reportedly refusing to let their children be immunised, as the government rolls out a vaccine programme in schools.
Poland's Foreign Ministry says it is assisting a Polish man charged by Indonesia with treason and have asked to meet with him.
The regency of Biak Numfor in Indonesia's Papua region is set to become a hub for seaweed cultivation.
Indonesia's government is proposing $US4 million in funding towards influencing Pacific Island countries to change their position on Papua.
All 49 West Papuan university students taken in for police questioning in the Indonesian city of Surabaya have been released, according to a legal aid group.
Dozens of West Papuan university students in the Indonesian city of Surabaya were taken in for police questioning on the anniversary of the New York Agreement.
The boy who survived a plane crash in Papua which killed all other passengers was embraced by his father as they jumped out of the plane before it crashed.
Authorities have closed a gold mine in Korowai in the southern part of Indonesia's Papua province, following uproar over the company hiring newcomers ahead of local tribe members.
The Vanuatu foreign minister, Ralph Regenvanu, is intending to submit a resolution calling for West Papua to be inscribed on the United Nations de-colonisation list at next year's General Assembly.
A 12-year-old boy is the lone survivor of a plane crash in Papua which killed eight people.
An Australian researcher deported from Indonesia says she has been blacklisted by the government after seeking access to Papua.
Indonesia's influence in the Pacific Islands is growing, but is shadowed by disquiet over its region of Papua, known widely as West Papua.
A state-owned electricity company in Indonesia says it will provide 99 percent of villages in Papua and West Papua provinces with power by 2019.
A New Zealand government MP says the issue of West Papuan self-determination should be heard at the United Nations.
A new tank-like military vessel under development in Indonesia is being targetted for use in provinces including Papua.
Police say 29 prison inmates are at large after 31 inmates broke out of a jail in the Jayapura district of Indonesia's Papua.