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Somali refugees waiting in Indonesia say they're being forced to take dangerous boat voyages because Australia is refusing to resettle Africans. The refugees say they have been told by the United Nations refugee agency in Jakarta that there's no point applying to be resettled in Australia. They wonder whether they're being automatically rejected from Australia's humanitarian program because of their skin colour. Source: abc.net.au

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