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Image caption Tribal clashes have been ongoing in the area for many years. Children and pregnant women are among those murdered in a tribal massacre in Papua New Guinea's Highlands area. At least 24 people are confirmed to have died in a brutal flare-up of violence between rival tribes over several days in Hela province. Some reports put the death toll higher. PM James Marape called the news "one of the saddest days of my life", promising to track down the perpetrators. It is one of the worst outbreaks of tribal violence in PNG for years. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Port Moresby: The most dangerous city in the world to be a woman? The motive for the killings ... Full story

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