$FCX: Investigation Into Worker Killings Highlights Renewed Unrest in Indonesia

Date: Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

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Source: Wall Street Journal (https://www.wsj.com)

Summary: Security forces are investigating reports militants killed 31 construction workers in Indonesia’s remote Papua province, in what would be the worst case of violence in the restive region in years.

Full article address: https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-hunt-starts-for-killers-as-papuan-independence-dreams-stir-unrest-1543922900

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