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Lutheran churches in Indonesia have approved several steps to revitalise their commitment to fight against AIDS, alongside civic and medical groups.
The chair of the Communion of Churches in Indonesia says that the country's religious leaders have a common aim in promoting tolerance and harmony.
At least seven people are feared dead after Indonesian police opened fire on hundreds of West Papuans at an independence rally close to the province’s capital.
The World Council of Churches has expressed solidarity with Indonesian Christians following restrictions on worship activities in Bogor, West Java.
Some 275 Christian leaders are meeting in Indonesia from 4 to 7 October to plot an ecumenical future, in what has been called a watershed gathering.
An Indonesian mayor is defying court rulings by pushing for a decree to block Christians from opening churches on streets with Islamic names.
The Indonesian government has been called upon to end the use of caning as a form of punishment and repeal the laws that allow it in Aceh.
Amnesty has urged the Indonesian government to repeat its commitment to protecting freedom of religion in the face of militant intolerance.
Indonesia has been urged to repeal its blasphemy laws and provide greater protection to minorities, including Christians and the Muslim Ahmadiyya sect.
Three Indonesian soldiers captured on video torturing two Papuan villagers last May have been sentenced to between eight and ten months in prison.