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Asylum seekers and refugees have been held on Nauru and Papua New Guinea since July 2013, with still no end in sight. They have faced years of various forms of detention, uncertainty about the future and a lack of control over even the basic details of their lives. 

Since early November 2020, the terrible violence across Tigray has forced people to leave their homes once again for precarious living situations both within Tigray and across the border in Sudan. An estimated 1.3 million people are in need of assistance.

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