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All the news you need to know this Friday.
All the news you need to know this Friday.
I am the Australian son of Egyptian migrants.
Angus McDonald's documentary Manus takes viewers inside the detention centre where detainees were trapped in misery for years.
Mystery still surrounds the gruesome discovery of 39 bodies in a shipping container at a British industrial estate, with a man arrested over the deaths of the unidentified people.
The Biloela family will get another chance to show their case for staying in Australia, with a judge ruling they not be deported until a final hearing.
Regional Australia needs families like Priya, Nadesalingam and their kids. So why are we spending hundreds of thousands to deport them?
The future of a Tamil family fighting to stay in Australia remains in limbo after their federal court case was delayed.
Harrowing footage has emerged from the moment a Tamil family of four were taken to a Melbourne airport to be deported from Australia overnight.
The feared deportation of a Tamil family from a town in Central Queensland has "upset" the local community in Biloela, the local mayor said.
A Tamil family in Australia facing imminent deportation to Sri Lanka have been granted a reprieve until next Wednesday.
A Tamil asylum seeker family, who lived in the Queensland town of Biloela for four years, have been granted an eleventh-hour injunction against their deportation.
I vividly remember meeting and getting to know John*, a young man in his late teens, through my past work in health and justice.
When I put the final touches on my mural at Bondi beach, I knew some feathers would get ruffled, but I certainly wasn't expecting this shitstorm.
As a politician you see some pretty nefarious tactics in the scramble for power.
A federal senator claims he was confronted by heavily armed police and told he would be deported from Papua New Guinea after visiting refugees on Manus Island.
Over 30,000 refugees and asylum seekers in Australia are denied basic support services and kept apart from their families, with experts warning of poverty and suicide concerns.
The only thing that needs "repair" is Australia's human rights reputation, former MP Kerryn Phelps said, as the government seeks to repeal the contentious refugee medical evacuation laws.
Migrants being kept in detention facilities in Texas are being told to drink out of toilet bowls, according to Democratic lawmakers who visited the centre.
WARNING: Graphic images.
A mental health and self-harm crisis continues to spiral on Manus Island, with another refugee setting himself on fire and a man scaling a tall phone tower before threatening to jump off.
A giant painting of clasped hands has appeared near the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Two Rwandans are the only people to be resettled as part of the government's refugee deal with the United States, Peter Dutton has admitted.
Refugee advocates have pleaded for Parliament to act after the latest incident in a string of shocking self-harm incidents in the Australian facility on Manus Island.
For the first time in TedX Sydney's 10-year history, one speaker couldn't appear on stage but gave a powerful address nonetheless.
Australia's agreement with Nauru to detain refugees was a "deal with the devil", the island's former president has claimed, in an extraordinary deathbed interview with The Project.
Nujeen Mustafa is one of the strongest people you'll ever meet.
On Sunday Rwanda began 100 days of mourning.
Tani Adewumi has taken the chess world by storm.
Scott Morrison has become the first sitting Prime Minister to visit Christmas Island, but critics have slammed his daytrip as a waste of cash.
Four Manus Island refugees have laid into Scott Morrison, starring in a satirical video poking fun at the Prime Minister.
Christmas Island's detention centre is a "living hell" and people in Australia's immigration detention system are petrified of being sent there, as the government moves to reopen the previously-shuttered facility.
If you think about it, this is all Peter Dutton's fault.
From hunger strikes and being shot in the leg, to being celebrated by world-leading human rights groups, Abdul Aziz Muhamat's life has been in turmoil for years.
All the news you need to know this Thursday.
Legislation to expedite medical evacuations of refugees and asylum seekers to Australia has passed the Senate, after yesterday passing the House of Representatives.
Scott Morrison has approved the reopening of a detention centre on Christmas Island in the wake of a bill that expedites medical evacuations of refugees and asylum seekers to Australia.
The Coalition government has suffered a historic loss on its own legislation, throwing Scott Morrison's administration into chaos on the first day of the new sitting year.
Hakeem al-Araibi has landed home, marking the end of a two-month ordeal in a Thai prison.
As politicians continue to debate over the future of medical transfers, a few dozen refugees are sitting in a PNG hospital, awaiting medical treatment.
Two people trying to cross the border from mainland Europe into the United Kingdom attempted to stow away on Amy Shark's tour bus, according to the singer.
Fiori Giovanni experienced the worst of the world long before her 16th birthday.
Hakeem Al-Araibi has been locked up in a Thai prison for close to three months but is still no closer to finding out whether he will be allowed to return to Australia or extradited to Bahrain.
Rahaf al-Qunun is being hailed as a symbol of hope in a growing movement of Saudi women hoping to leave the country.
Activists who took to the streets of Sydney urging the government to resettle an 18-year-old Saudi woman are "over the moon" she has been granted asylum in Canada.
International demand is growing for the release of refugee footballer Hakeem Al Araibi, who has been detained in Bangkok since November.
Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun is an 18-year-old from an influential Saudi family. She has decided to renounce her ancestral faith.
Storms in Lebanon have flooded Syrian refugee camps, ruining tents, mattresses and food and compounding the misery of people enduring powerful winter winds and biting cold.
The UN's refugee agency has ruled Saudi woman Rahaf Al-Qunun is a refugee.
In what is believed to be a first, a child asylum seeker who was allegedly raped while in detention on Nauru is suing the Australian federal government for breach of care.
Protesters railing against Labor policy on refugees and the environment have stormed the stage during Bill Shorten's keynote address to the ALP national conference.
Every year we think things can't get any odder in that strange house on the hill in Canberra, but every year our federal representatives seem to outdo themselves.
New MP Kerryn Phelps is leading a push from the growing parliamentary crossbench to evacuate refugee children and sick adults from Manus Island and Nauru.
Today, the signatures of about 170,000 concerned Australians from across the country will be handed over at Parliament House, calling for the Government to get all refugee children off Nauru.
In my class I have a new student, a-six-year-old boy who has spent the last five years in Australia’s refugee camp on Nauru.
Refugees in Australia's offshore camps usually have enough of a fight on their hands, but Pakistani man Ezatullah Kakar is in a battle of a different kind.
Last week former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott praised Nauru in public by candidly calling it "a very pleasant island”.
Refugees have reported being shunted out of hospital and out of sight on Manus Island as Papua New Guinea prepares to host the APEC summit.
After five years, mounting public outrage, countless pleas for action from doctors, lawyers and politicians -- the kids are finally getting off Nauru.
The actor, writer, producer and director will pen the screen adaptation of 2017's A Hope More Powerful Than The Sea.
A campaign to bring refugee children on Nauru to Australia has scored some new high-profile supporters.
A new video from more than 6,000 doctors about the dire situation for refugee and asylum seeker children on Nauru has been released.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the government is considering accepting New Zealand's long-standing offer to resettle refugees languishing on the islands.
Refugee children on Nauru as young as nine have attempted suicide, and there are fears some will die after mental health workers were expelled from the island.
Immigration and infrastructure experts have rubbished the government's thought-bubble to force migrants into regional areas, saying the plan is unnecessary and could even harm both citizens and cities.
Lindsay Lohan broadcast live footage of herself approaching a refugee family and accusing them of child trafficking.
While most students dread assignments, Shaun Halden's automotive technology class can't wait to get into their major project.
Scott Morrison, the former immigration minister, is clearly proud of his past.
Nauru says her media accreditation has been revoked.
"He needed mental health assistance, and got nothing. He is a victim of neglect"
"How can any mother endure seeing her child thrown into a fire?"
The football club, Australia could learn a thing or two from.
Advocacy groups and health experts are imploring politicians to confront the severe psychological disorder affecting children on Nauru.
A coalition of 30 groups has given the government a three month deadline to resettle all children off Nauru.
'It represents how free a human being can be if they resist.'
Londoners are offering job advice, coffee, and even a friendly connection.
The Hunters and Collectors frontman is the latest to urge Qantas and Virgin Australia to cease involvement in Australia's refugee program.
I fled my country due to years of war; I was forced out of my motherland because of imminent danger.
Rights groups are putting pressure on the airlines to refuse to deport refugees on behalf of the Australian government.
The first time I met Farid he was packing groceries for families who’d lost everything in Victoria’s Black Saturday bushfires.
"Such deliberate and sustained cruelty to innocent human beings is fundamentally wrong."
'What can we really want from Australia except freedom? Stop torturing us.'
"The Australian Government refuses to see the women and girls on its very doorstep – the women against whom it has chosen to discriminate, and whose rights it has systematically violated."
Plus how keeping her clothes on has seen her career take off.
Police and Rakhine Buddhist villagers told media how they coordinated with troops to burn down Rohingya villages, giving the residents no homes to return to.
There are definite echoes of how we treated refugees trying to come to our country.
There are fears the family's mental health is deteriorating and the Federal Circuit Court decision was another blow.
We have little to be proud of in our treatment of refugees. We need to honestly shine a light on our country's shame.
Government policy changes "like sitting on a timebomb", one asylum seeker said.
New bill to "dismantle Australia's current offshore immigration detention".
"Significant failures" to provide reasonable medical care, including around suicide attempts.
"Justice is blind. I mean she's not deaf, but she's blind."
Not all of the men are coping well with their new lives.
One refugee dead, one dying, a devastating fire and more political bickering than action.
The NSW Opposition Leader earlier lamented the decline of western Sydney suburbs, warning that we are seeing a "white flight" of Anglo families out of the area.
It was not that they did not care about the risks. It was that they had already suffered so much it was impossible to contemplate life getting any worse.
The Rohingya man is at least the seventh refugee death on Manus Island.
'There is no electricity and no kitchen', one asylum seeker reported