The human touch: Australian eyes that 'can't look away' from Manus
Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
"Our role," says Janet Galbraith, "is to echo their resistance through our acts in Australia, and urge them to take care. What we've done is reach out and listen."
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Hundreds of refugees barricade themselves in closed Manus camp as armed looters pose threat 02:22
Tensions are running high on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea, where there are widespread reports that locals are looting an Australian-run detention camp that was officially closed on Tuesday.
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