A protester from the Papuan Students Alliance holds the Morning Star flag in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, during a protest against the signing of the New York Agreement in 1962. The demonstration was also a show of support for the opening of the Free West Papua Campaign office in the Netherlands that aims to help the struggle for freedom in West Papua. The New York Agreement was a treaty signed between the Netherlands, Indonesia and the UN that was intended to end a territorial dispute between Indonesia and West Papua. Read more
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