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06.10.2011

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More than 40 asylum seekers remain in Australian detention limbo after being found to be refugees, but assessed by ASIO to be security risks and therefore unable to be released. The Immigration Department says it is looking at all sustainable long-term solutions, including resettlement in third countries. Source: abc.net.au

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