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Manus Island detention center to be closed following PNG Supreme Court decision...epa05279193 A picture dated 21 March 2014 and made available on 27 April 2016 shows asylum seekers staring at media from behind a fence at the Oscar compound in the Manus Island detention center, Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister Peter O'Neill said on 27 April 2016, that Australia's Manus Island detention center will be closes following a decision by the PNG Supreme Court declaring it as unconstitutional. According to reports, O'Neil urged the Australian government to seek alternative arrangements for asylum seekers. EPA/EOIN BLACKWELL -- BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE -- ATTENTION EDITORS: PICTURE PIXELATED AT SOURCE -- AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND OUT

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