Spanish firm managing Australia’s offshore ‘political prisoners’ could face ‘crimes against humanity’ charges

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Refugee children held on Nauru by Australia

Leading legal experts have advised Ferrovial, the Spanish multinational company, that it could face prosecution for ‘crimes against humanity’ for its management of Australia’s offshore refugee and asylum-seekers detention facilities on Nauru and Manus Island (Papua New Guinea). Ferrovial is warned by leagal experts at the prestigious Stanford Law School (USA) that its directors could face prosecution and its financial backers be held liable, with damages running into millions of dollars. 

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