Reports of a mass killing in West Papua have been dismissed by Indonesian authorities while human rights groups struggle to find more evidence.
The Indonesian embassy in Canberra told the Australian media the reports are rumours and lies.
Human rights groups say they are trying to obtain photos of the dead, but say the remote Tingginambut area is controlled by the Kopassus troops accused of perpetrating the alleged violence.
Paul Mambrasar from the Elsham human rights group in Papua says once they have photos they will take them to the police.
In February, unidentified gunmen killed eight Indonesian soldiers in the area.