WELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand and Australian officials have begun talks about screening processes for asylum seekers who have shut themselves inside a Papua New Guinea detention center, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday.
Explorer Benedict Allen is no longer missing in Papua New Guinea, having been flown to the country's capital via helicopter Friday. As for what mucked with Allen's itinerary, the BBC reports he missed his flight after becoming "disorientated with fever." His agent describes it as suspected malaria. The Daily Mail...
Explorer Benedict Allen, 57, may have gotten lost in the Papua New Guinean jungle because his route back was disrupted by 'an outbreak of tribal infighting', a friend has said.
Benedict Allen did not want to be rescued. At least, that's what the British explorer last tweeted on Oct. 11, when he snapped a quick photo of himself heading to the airport on his way to Papua New Guinea. Allen's goal, he explained on his blog, was to make contact again with the Yaifo, a […]
I saw this year's Radical Reels earlier in the week - the pick of the movies were a French film about skiing ultra-steep alpine mountain faces and some American guys kayaking in Papua New Guinea.
Benedict Allen, a British explorer, failed to make it back to Papua New Guinea's capital Port Morseby.
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Some 400 refugees rebuffed continued efforts by Papua New Guinea authorities to convince them to move from a shuttered Australian detention camp Tuesday as the tense standoff over their future drags into a third week. The confrontation...Show More Summary
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The United Nations refugee agency on Tuesday urged Australia to accept New Zealand's offer to resettle 150 refugees from an abandoned Australian-run detention centre in Papua New Guinea, as about 450 men remain barricaded inside without food or water.
Papua New Guinea police say hundreds of people have defied a deadline to leave a decommissioned camp for men seeking asylum in Australia. The camp inside a Manus Island navy … Click to Continue »
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Papua New Guinea Immigration Minister Petrus Thomas said authorities would take steps on Monday to forcibly remove around 450 men who remain in an abandoned Australian detention center without food or running wate...
Papua New Guinea officials deployed police vehicles and buses around a shuttered Australian refugee camp Monday as a deadline passed for some 400 detainees to move from the controversial centre. Hundreds of men have refused to leaveShow More Summary
Dozens of refugees have left a shuttered Australian camp in Papua New Guinea but hundreds more are refusing to move, detainees said Sunday, as New Zealand's leader repeated an offer to resettle some of them. Australia sends asylum-seekers...Show More Summary
Ten days after Australia withdrew support for its prison camp in Papua New Guinea, detainees refuse to leave.