Silent protest to seek justice for abuses in the past
November 5, 2012
Every Thursday from 4-5pm, dozens of activists, relatives and victims of past crimes stand silently in front of state palace in Jakarta. They want the president to solve military abuses in the past.
Rohingya leaders say applications for religious buildings or renovations were always refused
Catholic students among those accusing Indonesian president of breaking election vow to resolve longstanding issues
Ecumenical meeting vows to assist in moves toward achieving a lasting peace
Religious leaders fret about how to protect young people from extremist ideology
The authorities have reportedly detained 17 ethnic Uyghurs, including four women