At least 20 killed and 70 injured in day of violence in West Papua

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Deaths occurred in two separate incidents in the restive Indonesian province, with activists claiming police opened fire on students

Graphic photos of the bloodied victims of what appear to be gunshot wounds have emerged after another day of violence in West Papua, which has seen at least 26 people killed and 70 injured.

Four people were killed, including a military officer, and several others injured when Indonesian security forces opened fire on students following a protest about racism at a university in Jayapura on Monday.

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In a separate incident in the city of Wamena, at least 22 civilians were killed and 65 injured during a riot that activists say was sparked by a teacher calling a high school student a monkey.

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Activists claim violent and deadly attacks by Indonesian security forces in Wamena, West Papua. Photograph: Supplied

Hundreds of students had gathered at Cenderawasih University early on Monday morning but were ordered by the authorities to disperse. Two witnesses said the students were on their way home and had just disembarked from several buses and trucks, when the clash erupted in Waena sub-district.

Suddenly the police started to run fast towards the mass of students and I could see they were shooting at them. Shots were fired into the air and towards the students and the police also fired tear gas, said one eyewitness, Martin, who asked to use his first name only for security reasons.

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Smoke rise from a burning building after a violent rally in Wamena, Papua Province. Photograph: Misael Noel/EPA

I dont know why the police started to fire, he said. The students were noisy, yelling oop oop, but that is normal. I am not sure what happened, maybe the security forces panicked.

In one video, believed to be taken as the incident occurred, dozens of gunshots can be heard.

The police fired at the students as they ran and allowed non-Papuans who held sharp weapons to intimidate indigenous Papuans, said a second witness, Markus, who also asked to use his first name only. Students were rounded up by authorities and detained in police trucks, according to witnesses.

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Papuans are detained by Indonesian authorities in Jayapura, West Papua. Photograph: Supplied

Papua military spokesman Eko Daryanto said a mob of angry students attacked a soldier and several police officers with machetes and rocks, forcing security forces to respond with gunfire, killing three civilians. The soldier died on the way to a hospital. At least five police officers were in critical condition.

There were also casualties in the city of Wamena, after a protest reportedly sparked by a racist comment about a West Papuan high school student led to a riot in which Indonesian government buildings were burnt down. Activists claim the protest began and as an angry but peaceful march before police and military opened fire.

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