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More than 600 refugees stranded on a remote island in South Pacific
Australia shut down its detention center on Papua New Guinea’s Manus island on Nov. 2, leaving more than 600 asylum seekers stranded. Without water or electricity, human rights groups reported people have begun digging for water.
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