By JOSHUA OPPENHEIMER The director of “The Act of Killing” argues that the Indonesian government should end its silence over the purges that killed more than people in Published: September 2015 at from NYT Opinion Article.
No Apologies at Indonesia's First Hearing Into 1965 Massacre
Buzzing: There Were No Apologies at Indonesias First Hearing Into the Savage Killings of 1965
President Soekarno with Robert Francis Kennedy in Jakarta, 1962
Allen Pope during his trial in Jakarta December Pope was a CIA agent involved in Permesta Insurgency. He was operating a Invader when a Mustang of Indonesian Air Force shot his plane down.
Indonesia cancels 1965 festival events
The Indonesian government forces organisers of the country's main literary festival to cancel events marking mass killings 50 years ago.
'I killed too many to count'
After 50 years, the Indonesian government is going to investigate one of the worst massacres of the century.
General Suharto attending the funerals of murdered Indonesian generals in October