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As you may be aware, out of the 5000 Nigerians already located in different detention camps in Libya, 972 in two batches of 485 and 487 have already returned.
The Papua New Guinea Supreme Court ruled last Tuesday that the detention camp violated the country's constitution because the detainees were being held against their will without trial or charge and in a country to which they had never sought to emigrate in the first place.
Australian immigration minister Peter Dutton acknowledged Tuesday that there had been an uptick in cases of self-harm in the detention camps, but accused refugee advocates of giving asylum-seekers false hope that their actions would help them be resettled in Australia.
Also known as Camp Wire and Gitmo, after GTMO, the military abbreviation for Guantanamo Naval Base, the detention camp was established in 2002 by the administration of US President George W.
Rather it's clear that it is functioning as an illegal detention camp.
A public announcement has been displayed on the notice board of the detention camp requesting people who have overstayed their visas to report personally for repatriation home.
Policemen in riot gear were pelted with stones and smashed furniture as they turned up at the detention camp to calm down the situation.
The United States has sent back around 120 Saudis from the detention camp at the US naval base in Cuba, set up after the US launched a "war on terror" following the September 11 attacks by mostly Saudi suicide hijackers sent by Al-Qaeda.
According to information available to the commission, all 17 men are held at New Delhi's Restricted Foreigners Detention Camp, Lampur, and have completed their sentences.
According to information available to the commission, all 17 men are held at New Delhis Restricted Foreigners Detention Camp, Lampur, and have completed their sentences.
Obama has been "unable" to dismantle the Guantanamo detention camp, where hundreds of 9/11 suspected terrorists are held under atrocious conditions.
detained at a UN detention camp in Melilla, a Spanish urban enclave on north Africa's Mediterranean coast.