Australia has ratcheted up efforts to clear the Manus Island detention centre of people who have twice had their refugee claims rejected
By Colin Packham and Aaron Bunch
SYDNEY, March 2 (Reuters) - Dozens of asylum seekers held in a detention centre in Papua New Guinea have elected to accept cash from Australia to return to their home countries, officials and refugees said, the largest exodus from the South Pacific camp in four years.
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