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Offshore detention conditions may constitute a breach of international law, but Australia won't be prosecuted

SBS Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
The International Criminal Court has found conditions asylum seekers are held in on Nauru and Papua New Guinea may constitute a breach of international law.
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