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Mobil Oil Indonesia, the country's biggest producer of natural gas, has been linked to serious human rights violations in the war-torn north Sumatran region of Aceh.
November 15, 1998
Habibie's government is giving international mining giants like Newmont and Rio Tinto an easy ride.
November 15, 1998
People's action to reclaim their land is gathering pace.
November 15, 1998
For democracy and ecological justice to take root in Indonesia, military involvement in government and political life must end.
August 14, 1998
In post-Suharto Indonesia, the reform movement is pushing for a new, clean government and demanding that the nation's rich resources are returned to the control of the people.
August 14, 1998
Just four months ago Bob Hasan was one of Indonesia's main power-brokers as President Suharto's right-hand man.
August 14, 1998
As UK-based mining giant Rio Tinto tries to launch a 'charm offensive', NGOs in Indonesia, England and Australia continue to challenge the company on its human rights and environment records.
August 14, 1998