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Main » 2013 » March » 30 » Residents clash in Timika Papua, Two People Killed
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Residents clash in Timika Papua, Two People Killed
Timika Onews: Two people were killed in bloody clashes two groups of residents in Jalan Busiri, Timika, Mimika regency, Papua, on Saturday (30/3) at around 05:30 CEST.

Field data gathered succeeded in Media Indonesia, village residents clashed Holat Bombay and was triggered by old scores. Both villages clashed related murder of Hendrikus Selubun of Bombay residents blamed on residents Holat, 1 January.

Not only that, residents also resent Bombay Holat citizens. It was related to the case of persecution of their citizens by citizens Holat.

Clashes that inhibit the activity of panning, especially those in Kali Kabur Bombay, Freeport area.

In addition to the two victims were killed in the jab, two homes burned also result in burns residents clashed. Until now there has been no official statement from the police linked the clashes residents.

Police officers from the armed police Datasemen B Mimika and Papua Police Mobile Brigade and its tactical vehicles, Baracudanya, at Alert in the clash site.

Maintenance of the road getting in the way Busiri, Jalan Pattimura and Budi Utomo, Timika, in order to anticipate the subsequent clashes. (Samson Sambuari)


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