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Officials who paid people smugglers to turn back committed transnational crime: Amnesty
Amnesty says Australian officials who paid people smugglers to turn boats back committed transnational crimes. Australian officials who paid people smugglers to return to Indonesia have committed a transnational crime and put lives at risk, according to allegations from Amnesty International.

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Australia rejects Amnesty's bribery allegations as 'slur' on border police
based on interviews with crew members in prison, appeared to support earlier news reports of the May incident, but the government, then led by Tony Abbott, has persistently refused to comment. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton rejected Amnesty International's Thursday report -- which follows....

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Australia rejects Amnesty's bribery allegations as 'slur' on border police
based on interviews with crew members in prison, appeared to support earlier news reports of the May incident, but the government, then led by Tony Abbott, has persistently refused to comment. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton rejected Amnesty International's Thursday report -- which follows....

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Australia rejects Amnesty's bribery allegations as 'slur' on border police
based on interviews with crew members in prison, appeared to support earlier news reports of the May incident, but the government, then led by Tony Abbott, has persistently refused to comment. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton rejected Amnesty International's Thursday report -- which follows....

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Australia paid people smugglers: Amnesty
AFP In this photo taken on October 11, 2015 police officers stand next to a sign at a rally in support of refugees and asylum seekers in Sydney. Picture: Peter Parks Sydney - The Australian government on Thursday rejected a report by Amnesty International that said Australian officials paid people smugglers to return asylum seekers to Indonesia.

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Australia rejects Amnesty's bribery allegations as 'slur' on border police
based on interviews with crew members in prison, appeared to support earlier news reports of the May incident, but the government, then led by Tony Abbott, has persistently refused to comment. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton rejected Amnesty International's Thursday report -- which follows....

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Dutton says he won't be bullied
AMNESTY demanded an inquiry, but Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull repeatedly rejected any suggestion of illegal conduct. The Amnesty report, titled "By Hook or By Crook" claims Australian officials in May paid $US32,000 to six people smuggler boat crews transporting 65 asylum seekers to New Zealand to return to Indonesia instead.

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Bishop Kariuki loses out in marriage certificate case
Kariuki and other Christian Ministers had accused the Registrar of Marriages of discriminating against them by requiring that they apply afresh for the power to officiate marriages. NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 28 – Justice Mumbi Ngugi has found that Bishop Mark Kariuki of the Deliverance Churches of Kenya....

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SLUR: Immigration Minister calls Amnesty asylum seeker report a ‘disgrace’
Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has called an Amnesty International report that slammed Australia's border operations a “disgrace”, and said he won’t be “bullied” by asylum seeker advocates. Amnesty has described Australia's secretive Operation Sovereign Borders as a “lawless venture” and called for a royal commission.

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Dutton dismisses call for Royal Commission into people-smuggler cash scandal
Ms Shea said there are questions whether money was also exchanged during that encounter. "We don't have the same level of proof as we did for the May incident but asylum seekers told me that after they were transferred onto a new boat by Australian officials,” Ms Shea said.

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Porn video raises ire of former Tonga students
There have been calls for changes at one of Tonga's most celebrated schools after a student appeared in a pornographic video. Former students from Queen Salote College have complained to the Free Wesleyan Church over the video, saying they want the principal removed. They also say the standard of education has deteriorated.

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