Dozens of West Papuans have been arrested by Indonesian police for demonstrating to mark World Human Rights Day.
Reports from Indonesia indicated as many as 90 Papuans were taken in by police in Timika after holding a public event to support human rights.
A lawyer representing Papuans, Veronica Koman, said another 41 were arrested in Merauke.
The pro-independence West Papua National Committee, or KNPB, has issued a statement saying its activists were among those taken in by police in Timika.
Offices of the KNPB's secretariat around Papua region were raided by police on 1 December, the anniversary of 1961's West Papuan declaration of independence.
Police arrested around 500 people for marking the anniversary last week.