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Members of the nomadic Orang Rimba tribe in Indonesia have been attacked and their possessions burned as part of an eviction from a palm oil plantation on their ancestral land.
A new briefing from Amnesty says the Indonesian authorities increasingly make use of a range of oppressive blasphemy laws to imprison individuals for their beliefs.
Around 100 protestors demonstrated today outside the Indonesian embassy in London to call for the unconditional and immediate release of all Papuan political prisoners.
A new report by Amnesty International says thousands of Indonesian women trafficked to Hong Kong as domestic workers face conditions similar to slavery.
There are people who could be very confused by the UK government's support for human rights in Syria.
The authorities in Indonesia must immediately halt the execution of three men, expected imminently, Amnesty International said yesterday (16 May).
Papuan leaders have voiced their concern at plans for Indonesian soldiers to build 1,500 km of new roads in the next two years to accelerate ‘development’ in West Papua.
A British grandmother arrested on drugs charges in Indonesia was yesterday (22 January 2013) sentenced to death by firing squad by judges in a Bali court.
The Indonesian people are due to pay the UK government £27 million on 1 December. Of this, £20 million is for arms sales to past dictator General Suharto
The Indonesian government has responded to UN recommendations to recognise the rights of its indigenous peoples by claiming that none live in Indonesia.
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