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UK Onews,-- I should say at the outset that I was turned down by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) for a post they advertised. I'd never have dared apply had it not been for Trevor Phillips, who headed it at the time. "Why don't you have a Christian on board?" I had asked him. "Why don't you apply?" he'd graciously replied. Alas, he was leaving the Commission when he said it. But when I saw his replacement – Baroness O'Neill – I wasn't upset about my failed application: the philosopher is, at least on paper, Christian. She'd look after the interests of the majority of Britons who feel they belong to that faith.

I was wrong to relax, though. ... Read more »

Category: International | Views: 4819 | Added by: Admin | Date: 2013-04-08 | Comments (1)

Jakarta Ones,-- A non-governmental organization (NGO), National Papua Solidarity (NAPAS), urged the government to investigate the cause of death of 95 people in Tambrauw regency, West Papua, saying that the Health Ministry neglected Papuans in remote areas.

Previously, the Sorong Raya chapter of Nusantara Traditional Community Alliance (AMAN) reported that as many as 95 people in Tambrauw died after failing to receive medical care.

In Baddei village 45 out of a total 250 sick residents have died, in Jokjober village 15 of its 210 sick people are now dead and in Kosefa village 35 of the 75 sick villagers did not recover.

"The lack of healthcare in the three villages has meant sick residents eventually die,” Sorong Raya chapter AMAN head Konstan Magablo cited, adding that the residents suffered from symptoms such as headache, high fever and skin irritation.

He said that since 2010, due to a lack of personnel, the three vi ... Read more »
Category: International | Views: 919 | Added by: Admin | Date: 2013-04-07 | Comments (0)

Jakarta, Jakarta: hoisting the flag of Aceh as describing the region wants independence and secession from the Republic of Indonesia. It could have happened.
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Category: International | Views: 792 | Added by: Admin | Date: 2013-04-07 | Comments (0)

Onews CUBAN revolutionary leader Fidel Castro has called for long-time ally North Korea and the United States to avoid hostilities on the Korean peninsula.

"If war breaks out there, the peoples of both parts of the peninsula will be terribly sacrificed, without benefit to all or either of them," he said in a column published in Cuban state media.

"Now that (North Korea) has demonstrated its technical and scientific achievements, we remind her of her duties to the countries which have been her great friends, and it would be unjust to forget that such a war would particularly affect more than 70 per cent of the population of the planet."

Castro, 86, reminded the US of its duty to avoid a clash, amid mounting tensions this year between North and South Korea.

"If a conflict of t ... Read more »
Category: International | Views: 773 | Added by: Admin | Date: 2013-04-06 | Comments (0)

NZ Onews,-- Vanuatu’s new Prime Minister says his government will push for Indonesia’s Papua region to be granted full membership at the Melanesian Spearhead Group. Link:

Moana Carcasses Kalosil says increased support for West Papuan self-determination will be flagged in a statement he is about to deliver to the nation announcing his government’s action plan in its first 100 days in office.

"It’s about time to recognise that the West Papua struggle, someone has to do something about it. We cannot just close our eyes and deny, say that there is nothing happening over there, because there are many human rights issues happening over there. We want West Papua to be a full member of the Melanesian Spearhead Group - this is something that we’ ... Read more »
Category: International | Views: 763 | Added by: Admin | Date: 2013-04-06 | Comments (0)

By Ricky Binihi

Onews,-- Vanuatu’s next government, if a motion of not trust against PM Sato Kilman succeeds in Parliament, will work more with the people of West Papua and Vanuatu could cut diplomatic relations with Indonesia.

That was the message the dignitaries and sympathizers of the West Papua cause heard when the Morning Star flag was hoisted at Vete’s Headquarters in Port Vila to commemorate West Papua’s Independence since 1961.

Former Head of State Mr Kalkot Matas Kelekele, Melanesian Progressive Party President and former Vanuatu Prime Minister, Barak Sope, the President of the Graon and Jastis Party MP Ralph Regenvanu, former Foreign Affairs Ministers MP Joe Natuman, MPP Malekula MP Sai Esmon, Dr John Ondawame, West Papua outspoken leader ... Read more »

Category: International | Views: 881 | Added by: Admin | Date: 2013-04-05 | Comments (0)

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