Violence erupts as asylum seekers languish in controversial detention center
Papua New Guinea
But the blame doesn’t lie on foreign multinationals. The problems are systemic and rooted in the fledgling nation’s woeful infrastructure.
On April 26, 1976, a leaky fishing boat chugged into Darwin Harbour carrying five asylum seekers from South Vietnam. Their original destination had been Guam, but they changed course after a chance encounter with an Aussie …
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