Nauru

Hundreds of asylum seekers are being detained on a tiny Pacific island after trying to get to Australia. But having spent years on Nauru, many of them are losing hope - with the most tragic consequences.
The Prime Minister intends to remain focused on hip pocket concerns and control the narrative, but he must be feeling like
We are committed to helping all our member countries, wherever they are on their democratic journey. In doing so, we aim to justify the sense of hope and optimism which all voters deserve to feel on election day.
Having worked in most of the world's conflict zones over the last 15 years, I thought I had learned enough about suffering, injustice and despair. But what I saw and heard on Nauru will haunt me forever.
Asylum seekers should be deported for "irritating people, disturbing someone or spitting or swearing in public", according
Human rights groups have criticised a plan to deport asylum seekers, who travel to Australia by boat, more than 1,000 miles