The release of a Senate inquiry report in Australia into a fatal riot at the Manus Island immigration detention centre in Papua New Guinea has been delayed.
Iranian asylum seeker Reza Barati was killed and 62 others injured during a clash with the centre's PNG staff and locals in February.
An earlier report found no one factor sparked the violence.
A separate Australia Senate committee inquiry was due to report on Wednesday but that's now been held up.
AAP says the report could be released on Friday, after parliament rises for the year, or in coming weeks.
The report will focus on duty of care issues, jurisdictional responsibility and the actions of the Immigration Minister Scott Morrison.
PNG police charged G4S guards Louie Efi and Joshua Kaluvia with Mr Barati's murder in July.
Police are still hunting a trio of other suspects.