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Refugees being driven to suicide on Nauru, rights group Amnesty says

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Many of the 410 asylum seekers held on a tiny Pacific Island are being driven to attempt suicide to escape the prison-like conditions they face in indefinite detention on behalf of Australia, rights group Amnesty International said on Monday.
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