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Asylum-Seekers In Australian Detention Camp Win $50 Million Lawsuit

Manus Island regional processing facility 2012
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The Australian government has agreed to pay more than $50 million to settle a lawsuit brought by nearly 2,000 asylum-seekers who claim to have suffered psychological and physical abuse while being held at a remote Pacific detention center. The lawsuit was brought by 1,905 men were held at the Manus Island center in Papua New Guinea…

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