Australia’s champagne Cambodia deal to dump refugees is turning sour

As public focus on asylum seeker rights remains fixed on the horrifying findings in the children in detention report, and anger grows at the lack of justice for the murder of asylum seeker Reza Barati one year after his death, a signature feature of Australiaâs refugee policy established merely six months ago has been quietly unraveling.In September 2014, the Australian and Cambodian Governments reached an agreement for refugees currently detained on Nauru to be resettled in Cambodia.

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