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Biloela Tamil family to spend second Christmas in detention limbo

SBS Monday, 16 December 2019
A Tamil family will remain in detention on Christmas Island until a Federal Court hearing in their deportation fight.
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A Tamil family will remain in detention on Christmas Island until a Federal Court hearing in their deportation fight.
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