Australia: Fear of forcible return / Fear for safety: Libyan asylum-seekers with children. Names not given to protect their identity
After a failed attempt on 1 December 1999 to deport a Libyan asylum-seeker and his family to Libya, Amnesty International is very concerned that they are at risk of another attempt by the Australian authorities to deport them imminently. Amnesty International believes that if returned, the asylum-seeker would be at serious risk of torture.
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