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First Wave Of Refugees Barred Entry To Australia Are Being Resettled In The U.S.

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A first group of refugees left Australia’s remote Pacific detention camps for the United States Tuesday to be resettled under a deal that angered President Donald Trump. Twenty-four asylum-seekers held on Manus Island off mainland Papua New Guinea flew to Manila en route to an undisclosed American location, the US embassy in Port Moresby told AFP.…


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