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Myanmar family goes to court to stay in Australia MP3

Members of a family from Myanmar seeking asylum in Australia are appearing before the Federal court in Brisbane, asking to stay here with their newborn baby. Lawyers for the family say they should be allowed to stay because their baby boy was born in Australia, and is sick. Source: abc.net.au

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