Inside Story

How can the crisis on Manus Island be resolved?

Ten days after Australia withdrew support for its prison camp in Papua New Guinea, detainees refuse to leave.

Human Rights

Manus Island: Refugees living in fear, dire conditions

Aid workers say hundreds of refugees still living in an unused naval base on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea are living in dire conditions.

Refugees

Humanitarian emergency at 'Australia's Guantanamo'

Protests and criticism drive up pressure on conservative government as 600 refugees hold out on Manus Island.

Humanitarian emergency at 'Australia's Guantanamo'

Refugees

Australia pressured to resettle stranded refugees

Papua New Guinea minister presses Australia to hand over 150 refugees to New Zealand from Manus Island prison.

Australia pressured to resettle stranded refugees

Asia Pacific

Australia rejects New Zealand’s offer on refugees

Australian PM has rejected an offer by Jacinda Ardern the PM of New Zealand to resettle 150 refugees in her country.

Australia rejects New Zealand’s offer on refugees

Refugees

Australians rally around barricaded refugees on Manus

Hundreds turn out in Sydney and Melbourne to urge the government to 'bring them here' from Papua New Guinea prison camp.

Australians rally around barricaded refugees on Manus

Reporter's Notebook

Manus Island refugee crisis and the Australian media

Plight of 600 men at a prison camp in Papua New Guinea has raised questions about a lack of Australian press coverage.

Manus Island refugee crisis and the Australian media

Human Rights

Manus Island refugees dig for water as Australia closes camp

About 600 refugees, mostly from Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq, have barricaded themselves inside a recently closed Australian-run detention centre because they are worried about attacks from hostile locals.

Human Rights

Refugees barricade themselves in closed Manus camp

Tensions are running high on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea, where there are widespread reports that locals are looting an Australian-run detention camp that was officially closed on Tuesday.

Refugees

Refugees in limbo as Manus detention centre shuts

More than 600 refugees will be moved out of the detention camp after PNG Supreme Court ordered the centre to be shut.

Refugees

Manus refugees: 'Death is better than this slavery'

With the Manus Island detention centre slated to close, Al Jazeera speaks with four refugees about planned relocation.

Manus refugees: 'Death is better than this slavery'

Refugees

Why is 'Australia's Guantanamo' being closed?

Over 600 refugees are being detained on the tiny island of Manus. The detention centre will close next week. What now?

Why is the Manus detention centre being closed?

Asia Pacific

First refugees held on Manus Island leave for US

Hundreds of asylum seekers not part of resettlement deal ask Australian government 'what happens to those left behind'.

First refugees held on Manus Island leave for US

Human Rights

Australian court approves $56 payout for asylum seekers

Money to benefit over 1,300 refugees who were detained and mistreated on Papua New Guinea's Manus prison island.

$56m compensation awarded to Manus Island detainees

Asia Pacific

'Absolute tragedy': Iran refugee dies on Manus Island

Rights groups decry death of 31-year-old Hamed Shamshiripour, who was found hanging by a tree, as an 'absolute tragedy'.

Refugee Hamed Shamshiripour found dead on Manus Island