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The conviction of 12 Nauruan anti-government protesters is "appalling", an Australian barrister says.
Twelve members of the group known as the 'Nauru 19' have been found guilty of rioting and disorderly behaviour.
The trial of 12 people without legal representation in Nauru's Supreme Court has been called an "extraordinary breach" of individual rights and the rule of law.
Australia will reportedly seek agreement from New Zealand to resettle hundreds of refugees detained in Nauru and Papua New Guinea.
A verdict in a controversial court case in Nauru is expected late this week or early next week.
The Australian Senate has repealed the medevac laws which eased the transfer of sick refugees from Nauru and Papua New Guinea to Australia.
Independent Australian MP, Andrew Wilkie, has written to Foreign Minister Marise Payne pleading for her to intervene in the Nauru trial of the pro-democracy activists dubbed the 'Nauru 19'.
At least 20 refugees approved for medical transfer to Australia have been stopped from travelling by Nauru.
Sick refugees detained by Australia on Nauru have been refusing medical transfers to Taiwan.
A Nauru Supreme Court judge has dismissed another adjournment application by members of the so-called 'Nauru 19'.
An Australian lawyer, who has represented the so-called 'Nauru 19' in the past, says the rule of law on the island has completely broken down.
A retired Australian judge, who worked briefly on the 'Nauru 19' case before being dumped, says the Nauru Government is continuing to abuse the judicial process. Audio
The Nauru Government is continuing to abuse the judicial process, a retired Australian judge says.
A trial beginning on Tuesday in Nauru has been called "a parody of justice"; Vanuatu's Labour Commissioner says her decision to refuse an application for the renewal of a work permit for the Daily… Audio
A trial beginning on Tuesday in Nauru has been called "a parody of justice". Audio
The trial of the group dubbed the 'Nauru 19' is expected to finally get underway this week, more than four years since the alleged offences occurred.
Another two members of the protest group known as the 'Nauru 19' are seeking political asylum in Australia.
The trial of the group dubbed the 'Nauru 19' has resumed, with the state again endeavouring to charge them over an anti-government protest in June 2015.
The re-trial of a Nauru group facing charges over an anti-government protest more than four years ago is set to begin.
The rate of self-harm by asylum seekers held in Nauru is more than 200 times higher than the rate of hospital-treated self-harm in the Australian community, a new study shows. Audio