‘How the black indigenes of West Papua are still fighting for independence since 1969.’ — Moorbey’z Blog

For over 50 years, the black indigenous community occupying the West Papua province of Indonesia have been fighting for their independence. The region was annexed by Indonesia in 1969 as provided by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2504 (XXIV). The annexation was considered controversial as the disaDutch, who had colonised the region considered West […]

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