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With record numbers of people in detention, lawyers predict a new wave of claims. Compensation payments to immigration detainees have topped the $25 million mark as a record number of asylum seekers, particularly children, are being held in detention.
The Chinese authorities said that the Americans were facing a huge crisis and they couldn't feed us," he says. "They said, 'Let us take you back to China and we will take care of you.' "At that time I would have rather stayed in Guantanamo than have
Chargers fans Austin Dahline, left, and Bailie Bickford watch as the Raiders beat the Chargers...And don't care if anything I say on the air is necessarily true, just as long as it's interesting enough to keep you listening. An example: Many years
Laker also offered some ideas on new laws that could better regulate the financial system. ''We can't regulate against reckless behaviour. We can certainly do our best to intrude to identify it and to modify it,'' he said. ''But show me a piece of
Ali Al-Mousa Al-Watan Monday 12 July 2004 It will take a long time for the image of Saudi citizens abroad to recover from the damage it continues to suffer. As a result of misconceptions the Saudi character continues to be viewed with hostility by
Dave Thompson/PA A British army doctor present at the death of hotel worker Baha Mousa was a criminal who ignored the cries of men who were being tortured, a tribunal has heard. Dr Derek Keilloh is appearing before the medical practitioners tribunal
Their vote Monday night, which was met by applause from local activists, spells the end of the Crete project. Mayor Mike Einhorn said the decisive issue was money a compensation proposal submitted to the village earlier that day by a prison
Avinash Dutt of the BBC Hindi service speaks to some to them to find out about their problems. I live in Jammu in Indian-administered Kashmir along with my wife and seven children...Unlike in Burma, my life is safe in India, but there is nothing else.
The Salt Lake Tribune First Published 20 minutes ago Updated 4 minutes ago Defense attorneys for a Burmese man accused of killing a young refugee girl more than four years ago are questioning the man's age and asking a judge to remove the
Story continues below When St Kilda forecast it would be challenging the entire basis of the striking charge and would be calling Magner as a supporting witness AFL tribunal prosector Jeff Gleeson, SC, contacted both players individually to delve