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Papua New Guinea

"At this moment we are expecting at any time Navy soldiers to attack us."
A Human Rights Watch report has detailed claims refugees have been robbed and stabbed on Manus Island.
Asylum seekers who have failed in their bids to seek refuge will soon be thrown out of PNG if they refuse to return to their home countries.
This morning I asked my wife which experience she found more stressful: Papua New Guinea or Canterbury.
Refugees on the increasingly dangerous Manus Island were reportedly shocked to be offered a transfer to Nauru to await processing in the US resettlement deal.
Some may be 'moved to an alternative place of detention', Peter Dutton said.
Hamed Shamshiripour is remembered by friends in Australia and PNG.
Papua New Guinea has added a tomato to its already cooked election.