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Three of the Nauru who had their appeal rights to the high court of Australia extinguished by the Nauru government, have had their bail continued by a Nauruan courtIn a long running

'I'm dying a slow death' Hazara refugees plead for release from Nauru Read more He sits restlessly Arriving a few years before his family, Mohammad spent seven months in detention on Christmas

The family of four are Hazara refugees from AfghanistanThey arrived in Australia in after travelling through Pakistan and Indonesia, and were sent to the offshore processing centre in Nauru.

Nauru refugees The island where children have given up on lifeSuicide attempts and horrifying acts of self harm are ding fresh attention to the suffering of refugee children on Nauru, in

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Narges and her brother, Daryoush, currently languishing on Nauru, have not seen their mother and sister since , despite multiple officials strongly and repeatedly recommending they be reunitedContinue reading from The Guardian https EtoHwZ via

Apr , Narges and Daryoush, who are suffering ill health in detention, want to be reunited with their mother who they havent seen for four years after she was taken to

[Australia] 'I'm dying a slow death' Hazara refugees plead for release from Nauru The Guardian Oceania Close Posted by years ago Archived [Australia] 'I'm dying a slow death' Hazara refugees plead for release from Nauru The Guardian

'I'm dying a slow death' Hazara refugees plead for release from Nauru Narges and Daryoush, who are suffering ill health in detention, want to be reunited with their mother who they havent seen

'I'm dying a slow death' Hazara refugees plead for release from Nauru https eWMIshYlOV Is this the sort of treatment Australians approve of