‘We are desperate for help’: Asylum seekers in Micronesia accept Trudeau’s Twitter ‘invitation’

Asylum seekers sent to Nauru by the Australian government are pleading with Canada and other countries to take them in. Many have been there since 2013. (Supplied by Mehdi Nasiri)

VANCOUVER, 07 AUGUST 2018 (CBC NEWS) – Asylum seekers detained on a tiny island nation in Micronesia are pleading with the Trudeau government to resettle them in Canada. The group representing 560 people, including more than 140 children, sent letters July 16 to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen, asking for help. […]

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