Australia's immigration policy highlighted in Sydney festival

An annual arts festival in Australia is turning the spotlight on the country's immigration policies.

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    An annual arts festival in Australia is turning the spotlight on the country's immigration policies.

    Among the many shows to entertain crowds at the Sydney festival is a play, called Tribunal, which looks at the government's treatment of refugees.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Sydney, Australia.


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