Via The Guardian, 28 Feb 2018: Following on the trail of the looted war grave shipwrecks from Indonesian waters and the disposal of the bones. :/
Indonesian scrap metal workers tell of finding and discarding body parts after second world war battleships were wrenched from sea bed
Source: Lost bones, a mass grave and war wrecks plundered off Indonesia
Prehistoric remains and earthenware have been discovered in a cave in Bohol province in Central Philippines, although it looks as if treasure hunters may already have gotten there first!
Prehistoric relics unearthed at Loay cavern, officials say
The Bohol Standard, 05 February 2012
A set of 3,000-year-old human remains, interpreted as a burial of royalty with guards, have been unearthed in South Sumatra.
Prehistoric human fossils found in South Sumatra
Jakarta Post, 21 October 2010
Archaeologists report the discovery of human remains and prehistoric stone tools in Aceh, northern Sumatra.
Prehistoric Remains Found in Aceh Town
Jakarta Globe, 27 September 2010
The news of an unusual hominid foot bone was first announced at the IPPA Congress last year, raising the possibility of a hobbit-like hominids inhabiting the Philippines 67,000 years ago. Now, a paper has been published in the Journal of Human Evolution about the intriguing foot bone, identified as human, but also fitting within the size range of the Homo floresiensis and Homo habilis as well. The location of the find suggests that human seafaring was already existing 60,000-70,000 years ago.
New evidence for a 67,000-year-old human presence at Callao Cave, Luzon, Philippines
Journal of Human Evolution, doi:10.1016/j.jhevol.2010.04.008
Mystery seafaring ancestor found in the Philippines
New Scientist, 03 June 2010