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Indefinite detentions spur Australia to ease asylum law: Dozens of detainees, including children, will be freed. But critics say clearer asylum rules are needed.

Date: June 28, 2005
Author: Janaki Kremmer
QUOTE: To stop a revolt from members of his own party, Prime Minister John Howard has agreed to soften Australia's indefinite mandatory-detention policy for asylum seekers who arrive illegally.

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