US resettlement for refugees in Australian prison camps

Dozens of refugees who spent years in Australian prison camps are finally being resettled in the United States. However, around 2,000 of them will be left behind while government leaders decide their fate.

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    Dozens of refugees who spent years in Australian prison camps are finally being resettled in the United States.

    However, around 2,000 of them will be left behind while government leaders decide their fate. Some face being sent back home to conflict zones.

    Al Jazeera's Yaara Bou Melhem reports from Sydney.


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