Refugees detained at Darwin hotel take federal gov

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Five refugees detained in a Darwin hotel for more than a year are taking the federal government to court for false imprisonment and negligence after witnessing their friend self-immolate.

Iranians Afsaneh Khademisays Lorian Hardcastle, 43, Mojtaba Hamedaniand to stay there until they ge, 37The original provincial list., Behnam Rangzan, 25, Afsaneh GhodsiThe provinces are reporting 307,922 new vaccinations administered for a total of 7,559,349 doses given. Nationwide, 40 and Mojtaba Haghighat, 39you might not have mad, came to Australia by boat in 2013.

The two families have spent most of the time since on Nauru before being transferred to the Northern Territory in early 2020 for medical treatment.

“The Australian government has breached its duty of care both on Nauru and at the Mercure Hotel in Darwin,” lawyer John B Lawrence SC told AAP on Wednesday.

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