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U.N. report slams Nauru for failure to protect refugee children

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A United Nations report has slammed the tiny-Pacific island nation of Nauru for it's failure to protect asylum seeker children from sexual abuse inside the country's Australian-run detention center.
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