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Australia has ignored the UN's request to release the Tamil family from Christmas Island

SBS Tuesday, 29 October 2019
The United Nation’s Human Rights Committee asked the Australian government to release the family from detention within 30 days. That time limit has now passed.
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UN asks Australia to release Tamil family

The family are being held on Christmas Island while their case is heard in the Federal Court.
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