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11 Jul 2019

16 people killed in 'barbaric' Papua New Guinea attack

A Facebook post from local officials showed bodies wrapped in blue bags as they were prepared for transport out of the village.
CNN:

Sixteen women and children were killed in the remote town of Tari in Hela Province, Papua New Guinea in an attack described by police as "barbaric and inhumane."

Two of the women killed were pregnant.
In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Pills Pimua Kolo, a worker from the province's Department of Health said the attack took place on Monday morning around 6 a.m. local time. The bodies were chopped into pieces and were hard to recognize, he said.
The post included photos that showed bodies wrapped in blue bags as they were prepared for transport out of the village. 
In a statement to CNN on Wednesday, acting Police Commissioner Francis Tokura condemned the killings, saying that it was a "tragedy" and an "unbelievable, unthinkable and atrocious criminal act that must be dealt with swiftly and severely."
Tokura added that the police will use "all available resources to bring the killers to justice," and that the Hela Provincial police commander ordered a team of 30 men, comprising of soldiers from the PNG Defense Force and local police "to stop any further violence and capture the killers."
The statement also said that there would be a security assessment in the region to determine if additional manpower would be needed. It also promised a "long-term approach to address the issue in Hela."

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