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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.
WikiLeaks has revealed Indonesia threatened President Obama’s visit to Jakarta this year unless America reversed its ban on military assistance.
A leading churchman in West Papua has called on President Obama to withdraw US cooperation with Indonesia’s elite ‘Kopassus’ forces.
Indonesian women from poor and marginalised communities face discriminatory laws, policies and practices, a new report by Amnesty International says.
The week before he visits Indonesia, US President Brrack Obama has been urged to end military assistance to the country’s oppressive government.
An Indonesian Christian aid group has sent a team to the Mentawai islands in West Sumatra, responding to the recent earthquake and tsunami.
The Indonesian government has admitted that the men seen torturing two Papuans in a video released on the internet this week are soldiers.
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