A protester holds a placard during a rally in support of refugees in central Sydney, Australia, October 19, 2015. REUTERS/David Gray
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Papua New Guinea said on Wednesday it will close an Australian immigration center on a northern island after its Supreme Court ruled it unlawful, but Australia ruled out accepting more than 800 asylum seekers detained there.While Australia maintains its hard-line stance, a second case concerning the fate of the detainees on Manus is set to be heard by the Papua New Guinea Supreme Court later this week.Lawyers acting on behalf of nearly all the Manus Island detainees will argue that they should be taken to Australia and be compensated for being held in custody. Dutton said the man would be evacuated from Nauru later on Wednesday.
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