“Maybe they will take my dead body for treatment?"
"I think anyone would look at a situation like that and see the human face."
"If things do not change these women will unwillingly become mothers if they do not kill themselves first."
Government lawyers aren't blocked from using laptops and tablets during immigration proceedings, and immigration attorneys say they should have the same right.
"You will be turned back."
"I certainly would never defend turn backs."
Only one of the 12 terrorist attacks thwarted by ASIO was planned by a right wing extremist.
Amir can return to Iran, where homosexuality is punishable by execution, or stay in Papua New Guinea, where it carries a sentence of up to 14 years in prison.
"I can't stand here and say, 'Well I can't say this because my party will be upset with me'''.
*cough* even Andrew Bolt.
Australia is a nation of immigrants, but how has our perception of new arrivals changed?
"We were trying to get him out," a paramedic has testified.
The "one-off deal" is aimed at eventually closing Australia's controversial offshore detention centres on Nauru and Manus Island.
Jaber al-Bakr had been on the run from the cops in Germany when he sought the help of asylum-seekers. They promptly handed him over to the police.
They are afraid for their lives but the Australian government is offering them money to go home.
The shelter's coordinator said they wanted to show solidarity towards a country that has shown solidarity towards them.
"The sting in the tail is we are taking potential dongas off disabled kids in Alice Springs to house scum, asylum seekers... "
Kevin Rudd's nephew is at it again.
"Nah I stand by it. We can talk about this all night."
The young Turnbull said the system could cause "great injustice and great hardship".
"Allegedly! Allegedly!" interjected Morrison as he was presented with the transcript of his remarks from 2014.
Papua New Guinea's supreme court ruled that Australia's detention of asylum-seekers on the island was illegal.
Unaccompanied minors who have attorneys are far more likely to win their immigration cases compared to those who don't. Now, a federal lawsuit is seeking to force the government to level the playing field.
"It's fallen off the agenda and why?"
LGBTI asylum seekers face unique difficulties.
Alex Neil has written to home secretary Theresa May asking for an investigation after "deeply concerning" allegations that refugees have been housed in cockroach-infested homes.
Doctors at a hospital in Australia have refused to release a baby girl to authorities who are planning to return her to detention in an offshore center.
"Trust us, Prime Minister Turnbull and Minister Dutton – there’s nothing funny about this shemozzle."
A truly bipartisan approach to offshore detention.
BuzzFeed News speaks with a 28-year-old who fled his family's efforts to kill him in Iran hoping Australia would protect him. Instead, the country sent him to a place that feels just as dangerous.
"Please, Prime Minister: it doesn’t have to be like this."
It's family fun day at the PM's house!
What is the Nauru Regional Processing Center, and why have some people been living there for almost a decade?
High Court rules Australia's offshore detention network is legal.
A High Court decision is the last hope for the babies born on Australian soil.
Interior Minister Anders Ygeman said Swedish authorities may return between 60,000 and 80,000 people to their countries of origin in the coming years.
Following four days of riots which saw guards flee for their safety, Australia's island detention centre is taking "high risk" detainees again.
"Nowhere Line" gives a voice to asylum seekers held in the notorious Australian-run detention centre.
"This doesn't happen on our beaches. Don't let it happen on our borders."
More than 400,000 of them were from Syria, the Interior Ministry said Wednesday.
"Do people know? Do they even care if we eat or not?"
BuzzFeed News sat down with Australia’s oldest serving politician to speak about his role designing one of the world's most hardline immigration policies.
Welcomed to Australia with open arms, these Sudanese migrants are making the most of their new opportunities.
Stop the, "Stop The Boats".
"When we see people like our page and say something in comment we want to scream in happiness because we know you and you know us."
Reports say detainees are trashing the detention centre, but authorities are yet to re-enter the compound to regain control.
Critics claim the woman put her 22-month-old son in danger.
The very public death of Reza Alizadeh reveals a system that fails our most vulnerable people.
Warning: contains graphic description of suicide.