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>> Bring them here, bring them here.>> Over a thousand protestors in Australia standing in solidarity with the asylum seekers of Manus Island, the Offshore Detention Center in Papua New Guinea, which the United Nations>> The said is an unfolding humanitarian emergency.>> I think a lot of people have heard about the situation on Manus Island, have had enough of it.
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I think before, a lot of people were complacent, but once they heard that the refugees were essentially getting starved out, they decided to come out and What do you think about it?>> On the island, refugees and asylum seekers show their gratitude to the protestors as well as demanding their safety.
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Video obtained by Reuters shows refugees digging wells to collect rain water to drink. That after food, running water and medical supplies were cut off by Australia 4 days ago. Around 600 men have barricaded themselves inside the camp in defiance of Australia and Papua New Guinea's plan to shut it.
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Australian authorities want the men moved in a transit center elsewhere on the island. But refugees fear they'll be resettled in PNG or another developing nation. The relocation of the men is designed as a temporary measure, allowing the United States time to complete vetting of asylum seekers as part of a refugee swap deal.
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Under which Australia will accept refugees from Central America.