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  Australia agrees to pay A$70m to Manus Island detainees  The Australian government and its contractors have offered compensation totalling A$70m to refugees detained in Papua New Guinea US to honour 'dumb' Australia migrant deal  Sydney: Mike Pence: The United States has confirmed it will be going through with a migrant resettlement plan made with Australia   Australia and US reach deal to resettle asylum seekers  Australia and the US have reached a resettlement deal for asylum seekers held in offshore detention centres in Papua New Guinea and Nauru Australian hospital refuses to discharge asylum baby   Queensland: Protesters have gathered at an Australian hospital to support doctors that have refused to discharge a baby facing deportation to a detention... Reinforcements flown to Christmas Island centre   Police reinforcements have been sent to detention centre to 'restore order' officials say, amid reports of a stand-off 'Major disturbance' and fires at Christmas Island detention centre Map of Christmas Island Australia
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2017-11-22 Police enter former Australia-run asylum centre Manus Island, Papua New Guinea
2. 2017-11-06 Manus refugees: Court rules against restoring services Manus Island, Papua New Guinea
D. 2017-10-31 Australia Senate President Stephen Parry to resign Australia
4. 2017-10-26 Australia deputy PM disqualified from office Australia
F. 2017-06-13 Australia agrees to pay A$70m to Manus Island detainees Australia
G. 2017-04-21 US to honour 'dumb' Australia migrant deal Sydney
H. 2016-11-12 Australia and US reach deal to resettle asylum seekers Australia
I. 2016-02-13 Australian hospital refuses to discharge asylum baby Lady Cilento Hospita, Brisbane, Queensland
J. 2015-11-09 Reinforcements flown to Christmas Island centre Christmas Island, Australia

  Manus refugees: Court rules against restoring services Map of Manus Island Papua New Guinea   Papua New Guinea: A Papua New Guinea court has ruled against restoring basic services to refugees staying in a closed Australian-run detention centre Australia Senate President Stephen Parry to resign  Stephen Parry has said he will resign after confirming he is a UK dual citizen and he believes he was wrongly elected because of his status Australia deputy PM disqualified from office
Police enter former Australia-run asylum centre Map of Manus Island Papua New Guinea


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   Papua New Guinea: Police in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have entered a former Australian-run detention centre in a bid to get asylum seekers who remain there to leave
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  Barnaby Joyce and four other politicians were wrongly elected because they held dual citizenship, a court has ruled

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  Inmates have lit fires at Australia's Christmas Island detention centre in a 'major disturbance' that is yet to be resolved, say government officials
Jun.11 Australia PM Abbott defends 'creative' migrant policy  Prime Minister Tony Abbott has defended the use of 'incredibly creative' approaches to stopping asylum boats from reaching Australia May.4 Victoria to investigate foreign worker exploitation in Australia   An Australian government inquiry is to investigate labour exploitation following revelations of widespread abuse of foreign workers Feb.22 Australia to toughen citizenship laws
  Australia is to toughen citizenship laws and tackle those inciting hatred under new measures targeting domestic extremists, Tony Abbott has said
Jan.27   Asylum group 'legally held at sea'   Australia's month-long detention of 157 Sri Lanka asylum seekers at sea last year was legal, the High Court has found Jan.19 Asylum stand-off 'broken'    Papua New Guinea: Australian leader Tony Abbott says an asylum-seeker protest at an offshore detention camp has been 'broken'

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Dec.4 Australian senate backs migrant bill
Jul.6 Australia admits returning migrants. Sri Lanka Jul.4 Australia in row over Tamil refugees Jan.8 PM Tony Abbott defends asylum policy 'closed book'

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Sep.7 Abbott vows quick action on asylum   PM-elect Tony Abbott has said his top priorities are to abolish a tax on carbon emissions and to stop asylum-seekers arriving by boat Aug.15 Australia opposition's new asylum measures
Jul.19 Australia to block boat people - PM

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Apr.20 Rioters burn asylum centre
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Dec.15 Australia probes asylum shipwreck   Australia is launching a criminal investigation into the Christmas Island shipwreck that killed at least 28 people, under people trafficking... Nov.10 Australia migrants gain legal win


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Nov.15 Australia apologizes to ex-child migrants
  Prime Minister Kevin Rudd apologises to the hundreds of thousands of children abused or neglected in state care

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Aug.20 Judge overturns Haneef visa ban  A court has overturned a government decision to cancel the visa of an Indian doctor charged over failed bomb attacks in the UK Jul.28 Cleared doctor leaves Australia  Mohammed Haneef, a former suspect charged in connection with the foiled terrorist bomb attacks in Britain, was free to leave Australia Apr.13 Howard calls for HIV migrant ban  Prime Minister: Australia should refuse to allow migrants or refugees with HIV to enter the country

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Sep.3 Asylum seekers begin new journey  433 stranded aboard a Norwegian freighter are bound for Papua New Guinea in 2 small barges Jan. 26, 1788 First British convicts settled in Australia
  Sydney: There were 775 convicts on board six transport ships. They were accompanied by officials, members of the crew, marines, the families


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