An Indonesian minister said there were over 3,000 documents about Indonesia on Wikileaks website, The Jakarta Post reports. Communications and Information Minister Tifatul Sembiring’s team was currently retrieving and learning the documents — which include information on the J.W. Marriot bombings, riots in Papua and Indonesian military activities.
Meanwhile, Indonesia’s own ‘version’ of WikiLeaks called IndoLeaks, just went live on Friday. According to The Jakarta Globe, the new site just published some documents include reports on the murder of activist Munir, the disastrous Sidoarjo mudflow and a transcribed conversation between Indonesian and U.S. President regarding Indonesia’s policy on East Timor before the December 1975 invasion.