Asylum seeker limbo as Manus Island refugee prison set to close

The Manus Island detention centre is set close by the end of October, but it is not clear where the men living there will go.

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    The Australian government has started the process of closing the controversial refugee prison camp it runs in Papua New Guinea.

    The Manus Island detention centre is set to close by the end of October, but it is not clear where the men living there will go.

    Al Jazeera's Andrew Thomas reports from Port Moresby.


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