Special report: Abandoned by Australia, the men in the former detention centre survive on smuggled rations and scant light

Darkness descends quickly upon the Manus Island detention centre, and it is very nearly absolute. But from the shadows comes a solitary blinking light.

By the glow of his phone, Benham Satah leads the way into the Manus Island “regional processing centre”, abandoned now by both the Australian and Papua New Guinean governments, and left to ruin and the resourcefulness of those left within.

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