Refugees held by Australia languish in a world beyond suffering and suicide

Source: CNN

Manus Island, Papua New Guinea (CNN)We are forgotten people, discarded on forgotten islands.

 

I am writing from Manus Island. I am writing from where I am held against my will. I am writing while isolated here with 700 individuals on this remote island in the north of Papua New Guinea.
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The Australian government has kept us hostage here for five years. A great distance across the sea from us is Nauru, an island nation in the middle of a silent ocean. Almost 1,000 women, children and men are held there as hostages; just like us, they were exiled by the Australian government.

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