Tapol bulletin no, 63, May 1984

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(1984) Tapol bulletin no, 63, May 1984. Tapol bulletin (63). pp. 1-20. ISSN 1356-1154

Abstract

Contents: Appeal to the world from the Bishop of Dili: "Open your eyes to the brutalities of Indonesia" -- Letters tell of new atrocities -- Court trials, a cover-up for massacres -- Portuguese and Indonesian Bishops speak out -- Fretilin Peace Plan launched -- Indonesian offensive halted -- Arnold Ap and others shot dead by security forces -- Refugees' fate still uncertain -- How Indonesia is squeezing PNG -- Seth Rumkorem on human rights in West Papua -- Diplomacy turns sour between Indonesia and PNG -- British armoured cars in Indonesia -- IGGI aid could continue "for another 20 years" -- The Timor Gap: oil and trouble -- The trials and tribulations of tried political prisoners -- Former tapols and the communist bogy -- Punished for missing a flag ceremony -- We must stop being arrogant, says Indonesian doctor -- Why tape-worm victims will have to wait -- From murderer to Manggala

Item type Article
URI https://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/26285
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1606 Political Science
Historical > FOR Classification > 1608 Sociology
Current > Collections > Timor Leste
Keywords Indonesia, East Timor, West Papuan refugees, concentration camp, genocide, Fretilin supporters, treason, OPM, Free Papua Movement, MAWI, Indonesian Bishop Conference, Inter-Governmental Group on Indonesia, oracle, wisemen
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