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All Australian women and children reportedly moved from Syria's al-Hawl camp

SBS Tuesday, 15 September 2020
There are reports the last Australian women and children have been taken from Syria's al-Hawl refugee camp, with advocates again calling for them to be repatriated back to Australia.
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