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A Nauru opposition figure who dramatically escaped from the Pacific nation this week after being trapped there for a year said Wednesday the rule of law had broken down and its citizens were living in fear.First, the New Zealand government, which had raised concerns about Kun's plight, used a special ministerial discretion to issue him a passport.New Zealand suspended NZ$1.2 million ($870,000) in foreign aid to Nauru's justice system last year, citing concerns about civil rights.Situated about 2,800 kilometers (1,750 miles) northeast of Australia, Nauru is the smallest island country in the world, with an area of just 21 square kilometers (eight square miles).
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