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Govt confirms three unaccompanied minors transferred from Nauru MP3

The Federal Government has confirmed three unaccompanied minors have been transferred from Nauru to Brisbane on health advice. The Immigration Minister, Scott Morrison, says the three were sent to the island in September by the previous Labor government, but he also says their transfer is not an indication that the Government won't send other unaccompanied children to offshore centres. Source: abc.net.au

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