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U.S. security officers have started fingerprinting of refugees held on Pacific islands Nauru for assessment to grant them asylum in the United States.

Department of Homeland Security officers are taking biometric details from refugees held on Nauru from today.

Australia pays Nauru and Papua New Guinea to keep more than 2,000 asylum seekers from Iran, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, and other countries.


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