The bodies of 16 people have been retrieved in Papua after a massacre which the West Papua Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for.
Eyewitness accounts and the Liberation Army said at least 24 Indonesian construction workers were killed on Sunday by the separatist group.
One Indonesian soldier was also killed in a shootout later that day.
AFP reported a local military commander, Binsar Panjaitan, saying the unidentified bodies would be removed from Nduga regency.
Another 15 people were evacuated from the area, including seven workers who survived.