Australia's Indefinite Detention under …

Australia's policy of indefinite mandatory detention of asylum-seekers is under renewed scrutiny after the recent suicide of a Sri Lankan refugee. Under Australian law, any asylum-seeker arriving in the country without a visa can be detained indefinitely. More than 3,000 boat people are now in detention in eight high security immigration detention centers (IDCs) across the country.

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