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(New York) – The Indonesian government should ensure that soldiers responsible for abuses are appropriately prosecuted and punished, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2011. The January 24, 2011 verdict in a Papua military tribunal of eight to ten months’ imprisonment for soldiers who engaged in torture was woefully inadequate, Human Rights Watch said.

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