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The New Zealand government says it would only grant asylum to Manus Island detainees with Australia's consent. Audio
Men detained by Australia on Manus Island say they requested asylum from New Zealand as it is not safe for them to settle in Papua New Guinea. Audio
Asylum seekers detained by Australia on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island have written to New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English to request asylum.
A Manus Island refugee says closing the detention centre is a public relations exercise that will leave men destitute in Papua New Guinea. Audio
An Australian senator says his immigration minister told a "despicable" lie about the Good Friday attack on Manus Island in order to demonise asylum seekers.
A refugee advocate says injuries sustained by the Manus Island asylum seeker Azzam el Sheikh were not self inflicted as was previously reported. Audio
An asylum seeker detained by Australia on PNG's Manus Island says he thought he was going die during the Good Friday attack on the detention centre by officers in the local navy.
The police in Papua New Guinea have condemned the Good Friday attack on Australia's refugee detention centre as the unethical and unacceptable actions of drunken soldiers.
Papua New Guinea military personnel fired shots at Australia's refugee detention centre on Manus Island as an angry mob threw rocks inside its compounds. Video
Refugees detained by Australia on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island say uncertainty about their future fuelled this week's riot over food. Audio
A chorus of voices on Guam is questioning the governor's decision to withdraw his support for the military build-up. Audio
Detained by Australia for more than three years on Manus Island, the Kurdish journalist Behrouz Boochani must decide if he will take his fight for justice to the United States of America.
The health clinic for Australia's immigration detainees on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island has reopened after it closed temporarily over the weekend.
Actors in Australia have refused to voice their support for a campaign to free a performer from Australian detention on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island.
The University of Papua New Guinea says a militant faction of student protesters are intimidating other students who want to return to class.