Indonesia's human rights watchdog has demanded the Government investigate recent shootings in Papua, in which five school students were killed.
The National Commission of Human Rights, or Komnas Ham, recommends a joint fact-finding mission including the army, the police, and local leaders.
Following an alleged incident of police brutality against a fellow school student, the large group of protesters had gathered on December the 8th, with many dressed in school uniforms.
Authorities allegedly opened fire on the peaceful protesters, killing five and injuring 17 more. Among the injured were several primary school students.
Both police and the army were present and have been blamed.
Allegations of the initial incident include that police beat 11 children, aged between eight and 16 years old, after they scolded him for driving by them at night without using headlights.
The Papua Police force says it's also conducting its own investigation into the matter.