Australia must reconsider how it deals with refugees

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Nearly 70 million people globally are now forcibly displaced from their homes and 25.4 million of them are refugees.

More people are fleeing conflict and catastrophe than at any other time in history.

  • Ian Smith
  • Brisbane Times

The Middle East, South-East Asia, Central America and Africa are all melting pots of enormous unrest.

Bres 2bThe movement of so many people impacts every country in the world.

In danger, people will do the natural thing and look after their families by searching for safety.

No amount of walls or island refuges will deter the innate desire of a…

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