Villagers at the scene of a massacre in Papua New Guinea's Hela province last week are traumatised and living in fear.
At least 18 people were killed in the attack last week, when tribesmen set upon the village of Karida, near the provincial capital Tari.
All of the victims were women and children.
Scott Waide is the Lae Bureau chief for PNG's EMTV news, and he visited the village last week, soon after the village buried its dead.
He started by telling Jamie Tahana what is known about the attack.