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All children to be off Nauru by year's end

All children to be off Nauru by year's end

The federal government aims to remove all asylum seeker children from Nauru by the year's end as concerns escalate about their deteriorating health after languishing on the tiny Pacific atoll nation for up to five years.

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All asylum seeker children to leave Nauru: Brandis
George Brandis

All asylum seeker children to leave Nauru: Brandis

George Brandis has been grilled by a London radio host about Australia's treatment of asylum seeker children languishing on Nauru.

  • by Latika Bourke
How Trump-fed conspiracies about the caravan mix with deadly hatred
Analysis
Analysis

How Trump-fed conspiracies about the caravan mix with deadly hatred

Trump and his allies have operated largely in tandem on social media and elsewhere to push alarmist, conspiratorial warnings about the migrant caravan.

  • by Jeremy W. Peters
Australians will be able to use e-passports in UK
Brexit

Australians will be able to use e-passports in UK

Australians will get into Brexit Britain faster after the UK government announced we can use their e-passport gates.

  • by Nick Miller
'It's a very pleasant island': Conservatives push back against bid to take children off Nauru
Nauru

'It's a very pleasant island': Conservatives push back against bid to take children off Nauru

"If we give them what they want, we will get more of them," said former prime minister Tony Abbott.

  • by Michael Koziol
Letters to Nauru children get to heart of the matter
Immigration

Letters to Nauru children get to heart of the matter

Australian children are writing letters for children on Nauru, as pressure mounts on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to bring them to Australia.

  • by Nathan John
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Nauru kids could be in limbo because of security fears about parents
Peter Dutton

Nauru kids could be in limbo because of security fears about parents

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has revealed that 13 refugee children on Nauru are with parents deemed national security risks by the US, raising the question of which country might ever take those children without breaking up the families.

  • by David Wroe
'Plan for a plan' panned as McGowan pitches WA to foreign students
Immigration

'Plan for a plan' panned as McGowan pitches WA to foreign students

The state government is trying to turn around a decline in foreign students coming to WA, but the opposition has belted their plan.

  • by Nathan Hondros
Morocco is ejecting sub-Saharan migrants. The persecuted blame Europe
Spain

Morocco is ejecting sub-Saharan migrants. The persecuted blame Europe

One morning in early September, five plainclothes police officers burst into the apartment Abdoulaye N. shared with two other migrants and arrested them.

  • by Aida Alami
Wentworth vote puts more pressure on Scott Morrison to get children off Nauru
Immigration

Wentworth vote puts more pressure on Scott Morrison to get children off Nauru

The Prime Minister has also opened urgent talks to shore up his control of Parliament after a brutal swing against the government.

  • by David Crowe
'Worrying red flags': Eleven refugee children flown from Nauru to Australia
Nauru

'Worrying red flags': Eleven refugee children flown from Nauru to Australia

All refugee children waiting for high-level medical treatment have been transferred off Nauru after  11 kids were flown to Australia on Monday night, bureaucrats have revealed.

  • by David Wroe & Michael Koziol