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refugee

In January 2017, during his first post-inauguration telephone conversation with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
'If we were going to take in any for a fast-tracked program, we’d take in Rohingyans or Syrians.'
19 in hospital, four critical, after Flinders Street incident.
One year on, Trump's election win changed Australian politics.
"There's a period of enormous elation that you're safe, then the guilt... 'why me?'"
Dehydration, starvation, no medicine, disease and heat
The Trump-imposed 'extreme vetting' has limited the number initially accepted.
Some may be 'moved to an alternative place of detention', Peter Dutton said.
More than half of the Rohingya refugees who have fled violence and repression in Myanmar are children, UNICEF announced Tuesday