Manus Is refugees still waiting for justice

May 2014
Green Left Weekly;5/14/2014, Issue 1008, p12
The article focuses on the threats to five witnesses who can identify people related to the death of Iranian asylum seeker and architect Reza Berati inside the Manus Island detention camp in Papua New Guinea (PNG) as of May 2014 and mentions issues related to the security of the detention centre.


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