PNG acknowledges risk to asylum seeker’s life if he returns to Iran but man has not been formally recognised as refugee

An asylum seeker held on Manus Island – who has collapsed three times this year from an acute heart condition – has now fallen into a legal limbo, simultaneously ordered for deportation while the PNG government recognises he faces torture or being killed if he is sent back to Iran.

He faces a potentially indefinite detention.

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