REMAINING TWO REFUGEES IN CAMBODIA RUE LEAVING NAURU

REMAINING TWO REFUGEES IN CAMBODIA RUE LEAVING NAURU

DANIEL AND FOUR OTHER REFUGEES FROM NAURU SAW CAMBODIA AS A STEPPING STONE TO SOMEWHERE ELSE, IAN RINTOUL, OF THE REFUGEE ACTION COALITION, SAID.

The Australian government threw huge diplomatic resources into getting the first group to Cambodia, including posting an additional 10 people to the Australian embassy in Phnom Penh.
"Daniel and four other refugees from Nauru saw Cambodia as a stepping stone to somewhere else," Ian Rintoul, of the Refugee Action Coalition, said.
But life in Cambodia quickly turned out to be a bitter disappointment for Mr Eskandari and the other refugees who volunteered to give the country a go, refugee advocates say.

EXCLUSIVE Phnom Penh: A refugee who agreed to resettle from Nauru to Cambodia under a controversial $55 million Australian scheme says he feels abandoned and fears he will die in the impoverished country. "I feel unwell,...

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