Australia’s gulag archipelago
The conditions of refugee detention centers on remote islands are a national disgrace. But can shame force reform?
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA In Dante’s view, the unfortunate souls who dwell in purgatory may suffer excruciating pain, but the promise of their final destination is clear: paradise. Those who languish on the remote, tiny islands — Manus and Nauru — that host...
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