October 20 2009
A bus carrying 60 Indonesian workers from the Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold company came under sniper fire while en route to one of the world's largest gold mines, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Two mine workers were injured in the attacks, Indonesian security officials said.
There have been a string of similar sniper attacks against convoys traveling to the Grasberg mine in eastern Indonesia's Papua province.
Papuan separatists are believed to be behind the attacks.
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