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19 March 2003

City diary

Author: Richard Adams, Guardian [UK]

Senator George Mitchell, heading a panel of "experts," last week warned BP to tread carefully in Indonesia, where exploiting a vast gas field could lead to brutal treatment of the Papuan inhabitants by the Indonesian military...Senator Mitchell got...

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20 March 2003

Freeport-McMoRan lawsuits (re West Papua)

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4 April 2003

Freeport-McMoRan: "Social, Employment & Human Rights Policy"

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4 April 2003

Freeport-McMoRan: "Social, Employment & Human Rights Policy"

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4 April 2003

West Papua Information Kit: "Mining"

Author: Australia West Papua Association, Sydney

[describes effects of Freeport mining on environment, resettlement of Papuan highlanders]

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4 April 2003

company website: Freeport in Irian Jaya (Papua)

Author: Freeport-McMoRan

A Summary of Recent Issues - August 17, 2001

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1 May 2003

Indonesia Commission: Peace and Progress in Papua

Author: Dennis C. Blair & David L. Phillips, Council on Foreign Relations

Report of an Independent Commission Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations...

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Article
13 July 2003

Freeport and the Environment [West Papua]

Author: Denise Leith, for West Papua Action Network

Here Denise Leith describes the implications of two of the [Freeport] mine’s most destructive practices...Despite numerous reports by indigenous people of illnesses attributed to the river, Freeport insists that the tailings are not toxic...However,...

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13 July 2003

Riverine Tailings Transport [West Papua]

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22 July 2003

Indonesians protest US-led destruction of protected forests

Author: Project Underground

The last 10 days has seen a whirlwind of protests from provincial governments, Indigenous Peoples, environmentalists and academics opposed to a push by multi-national mining industry giants and Indonesian cabinet to rollback laws that currently...

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