Asylum Seekers Removed from Manus Island by Police
November 24 , 2017
A group of asylum members in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have been moved to a new facility after a 3 week long dispute. The Australian-run asylum center at the Manus island was shut on 31 October, but the dwellers refused to leave fearing attacks form the locals. However, on 24 November they were moved away in buses after police raided the facility. Some complained that were hit with poles by the police. However, the Australia's Immigration Minister denied such claims.