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Photo File: A supplied image obtained Wednesday, March 4, 2015 of scores of refugees after being arrested for protesting, Yaren police station on Nauru Island. (AAP Image/ Ian Rintoul

Photo File: A supplied image obtained Wednesday, March 4, 2015 of scores of refugees after being arrested for protesting, Yaren police station on Nauru Island. (AAP Image/ Ian Rintoul

FED: More refugees leave Nauru for US

Date: Sun 18 Feb 2018


Another 35 refugees are leaving Nauru for the United States on Sunday, the third group to depart Australia's offshore immigration centres this week.

Almost all are single Afghan, Pakistani or Rohingya men, along with one Sri Lankan family and one Bangladesh refugee, the Refugee Action Coalition's Ian Rintoul said.

So far 84 people have flown from Nauru and another 85 from Papua New Guinea's Manus Island to the US under the resettlement deal, with at least one more flight expected to leave this month.

Source: AAP Australian General News