UN calls on Australia to repatriate women and children trapped in Syrian camps | SBS News

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on counter-terrorism and human rights has raised concerns directly with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s government about the need to intervene to repatriate women and children trapped in camps in northeast Syria.

In an exclusive interview with SBS World News, the representative revealed a dialogue has been commenced with the new administration and she intends to meet with them in coming weeks – calling for action where their predeccessors didn’t.

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