The Border Force Act is the most recent in a number of draconian Australian laws surrounding the treatment of refugees in the Republic of Nauru. Asia-Pacific Journalism reports on the asylum seekers crisis.
Report – By Matthew Hutching
After receiving four of Australia’s Nauru-based refugees in April, Cambodia has said it has no plans to resettle any more.
The announcement was made on Friday when Cambodia’s Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak told the Cambodia Daily: “We don’t have any plans to import more refugees from Nauru to Cambodia.”
It is the latest in a string of bad news for Australia’s refugee management strategy. Read more »