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153 Sri Lankan asylum-seekers, being held at sea by the Australian navy, are at risk of being forcibly returned to Sri Lanka, where they could face serious human rights violations.
A boat carrying 153 Sri Lankan asylum seekers from Indian was intercepted by the Australian Navy. They are at risk of return to persecution, torture or death.
Asylum seekers held at a detention center on Manus Island continue to be at risk following two nights of violence, which left one man dead and dozens of others seriously injured.
Asylum-seekers arriving to Australia by boat are currently being flown, or are at imminent risk of being flown, to Papua New Guinea, purportedly to assess their asylum claims and, if found to be re...