An aid group says at least 139 people have died in displacement camps in the troubled highlands of Indonesia's West Papua.
Indonesia's military is disputing the figures, which are the latest evidence of a deadly toll wreaked by war between rebels and the state.
But the report from aid group the Solidarity Team for Nduga corroborates estimates of vast numbers of displaced peoples from Nduga regency.
It says thousands have fled to displacement camps in Wamena town, where disease and malnutrition is rife.
A researcher behind the report, Hipo Wangge told Mackenzie Smith the Nduga conflict is having a devastating impact on communities.