Papuan fighters vow more attacks on Indonesian highway

AKARTA (AP) – Papuan independence fighters are vowing more attacks on a highway that the Indonesian President’s key development project in the country’s troubled easternmost region. The threat was made in a video purportedly recorded last week in the Nduga area of Papua province’s central highlands. The video and photos show about 40 fighters, a few with Indonesian military assault rifles and other weapons. More details in Friday’s Borneo Bulletin