Refugees on Nauru protest detention

October 2012
Green Left Weekly;10/24/2012, Issue 942, p2
The article informs that more than 200 refugees held in a temporary tent city on Nauru have registered their protest against the worst conditions of health care, hygiene and entertainment at the camp on October 14, 2012.


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