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Architect of US refugee deal says arrangement loosely based on Australia 'doing more'.

The architect of the US-Australia refugee deal says the arrangement for America to take refugees from Nauru and Manus Island was loosely contingent on Australia considering resettling people from Central America, Africa and reuniting separated refugee families.

- ABC News - AU

US officials interview asylum-seekers at Australian Pacific island.

March 20, 2017, 10:50 AM US officials have begun interviewing and taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp in the Pacific island of Nauru, who seek resettlement in the US. President Obama agreed to accept 1,500 refugees held by Australia in Papua New Guinea and Nauru. In return, Canberra agreed to ...

- DEBKAFile - IL

US reps meet refugees at Australia-run camp, signalling possible revival of 'dumb deal'.

US officials began taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp on the Pacific island of Nauru on Monday, signalling that vetting of applicants for resettlement in what US President Donald Trump called a "dumb deal" has restarted. The post US reps meet refugees at Australia-run camp, signalling possible ...

- Asian Correspondent - HK

The US may be restarting an asylum agreement with Australia that Trump blasted as a 'dumb deal'.

REUTERS/Joshua RobertsCANBERRA/PERTH - U.S. officials began taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp on the Pacific island of Nauru on Monday, signaling that vetting of applicants for resettlement in what U.S. President Donald Trump called a "dumb deal" has restarted. Australia agreed with former U.S. ...

- Business Insider - US

US-Australia refugee swap process set to resume.

US officials have begun taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp on the Pacific island of Nauru, signalling that vetting of applicants for resettlement in what US President Donald Trump called a "dumb deal" has restarted.

- RTE - IE

U.S. officials meet asylum seekers at Australian-run camp, possibly restarting 'dumb deal'.

CANBERRA/PERTH - U.S. officials began taking fingerprints of asylum seekers in an Australian-run camp on the Pacific island of Nauru on Monday, signaling that vetting of applicants for resettlement in what U.S. President Donald Trump called a "dumb deal" has restarted.

- Reuters - US

US Officials Begin Fingerprinting Refugee Families on Nauru.

U.S. security officers have begun fingerprinting refugees held on Pacific islands in the final stage of assessing who will find new lives in the United States, asylum-seekers said Monday. Department of Homeland Security officers are taking biometric details from refugees on Nauru, including fingerprints, heights and ...

- Voice of America - US

US officials begin fingerprinting refugee families on Nauru.

CANBERRA, Australia — U.S. security officers have begun fingerprinting refugees held on Pacific islands in the final stage of assessing who...

- Townhall.com - US

US officials begin fingerprinting refugee families on Nauru.

U.S. security officers have begun fingerprinting refugees held on Pacific islands in the final stage of assessing who will find new lives in the United States, asylum seekers said Monday.

- Stars and Stripes - US

US officials begin fingerprinting refugee families on Nauru.

CANBERRA, Australia " U.S. security officers have begun fingerprinting refugees held on Pacific islands in the final stage of assessing who will find new lives in the United States, asylum seekers said Monday.Department of...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

US officials begin fingerprinting refugee families on Nauru.

Trump has reluctantly agreed to honor an Obama administration deal to accept up to 1,250 refugees refused entry into Australia, but has said they will be subjected to extreme vetting.'

- The Hindu - IN

UNIAN: Ukraine issue no longer in IMF Executive Board's calendar

The IMF Executive Board meeting on March 20 will consider Qatar's 2016 Article IV Consultation. Then it will address Lucia's 2016 Article IV Consultation on March 22. Other meetings are devoted to Nauru, Israel, and the Dominican Republic. The post UNIAN: Ukraine issue no longer in IMF Executive Board's calendar appeared ...

- Kyiv Post - UA

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