Indian officials are facing a difficult task to retrieve the body of an American missionary reportedly killed by an endangered tribe in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
A police boat faced off with Sentinelese tribesmen on Saturday but withdrew to avoid confrontation.
John Allen Chau was said to have been killed with arrows when he landed on North Sentinel.
He was trying to convert the protected people to Christianity.
The fishermen who ferried Chau, 27, to North Sentinel on 17 November said they saw tribesmen drag a body along a beach and bury it.
The fishermen later accompanied police back to the point on the island where they believed the body was buried. Read more