Opposition’s Dan Tehan pushes government to release more details about families being rescued from Syrian detention camps

Shadow immigration minister Dan Tehan has pushed the Albanese Government to release more detail about its mission to repatriate dozens of Australian women and children trapped in detention camps in Syria.

Plans are being finalised after the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) cleared the way to bring about 20 women and 40 children home who have been detained since the fall of the Islamic State caliphate in 2019.

But Mr Tehan said before the Coalition could support the plan, it must know more – specifically about the arrangements once back on Australian shores.


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