Papua in Riot, Motorbikes and Car Burnt
A car and two motorbikes were set on fire.
VIVAnews - Riot occurred in Papua's capital, Jayapura, on Thursday, June 14, at 11pm local time following outrage by the crowd of West Papua National Committee (KNPB) as a result of its first chief's arrest, Mako Tabuni.
A car and two motorbikes were set on fire. KNPB supporters bringing such weapons as machetes, sickles, and arrows provoked onlookers and threatened them.
The crowd pushed around and said they would burn houses particularly those owned by settlers.
Riot police have been deployed to the area in Waena Expo and Perumnas III, near Cenderawasih University.
Earlier, police have also arrested KNPB Chief, Buchtar Tabuni, for instigating inmates and impairing Correctional Facilities Class IIA, Jayapura, Papua, on 3 December 2010.
Buchtar was listed fugitive for allegedly being the mastermind behind acts of violence committed by the supporters of KNPB.
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