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by Ross Sharp
SIX-WEEK-OLD BABY REMOVED FROM INVERBRACKIE DETENTION CENTRE BY DEPARTMENT OF IMMIGRATION
A TINY Australian-born baby was among 14 asylum seekers herded onto a plane from Adelaide to Christmas Island on Thursday.
The four families were the latest to be removed from the Adelaide Hills Inverbrackie detention centre.
More than 70 babies have been born in Australia to asylum seeker mothers, and once they are “old enough” – in this case, eight weeks or younger – they and their families are sent back to Christmas Island.
Sources said the youngest baby in the group was about six weeks old, but a spokesman for Immigration Minister Scott Morrison said all the children were aged from eight weeks to six years and that it was a “normal transfer process”.
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Any assistance you feel you may be able to provide in this time of need would be greatly appreciated.