United Nations implores Australia to resume feeding 'starving' refugees at remote camp

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The UN Refugee Agency said last week that one of the new centres did not have electricity or water connected, and was not ready for refugees and asylum seekers.

Six hundred refugees and asylum seekers remain inside the camp on Manus Island in Papua New Guinea.

A refugee advocate holds a placard as she participates in a protest in central Sydney, against the treatment of asylum seekers in detention centres located in Nauru and on Manus Island, on October 15. Australia wants them to move to new accommodation units but the men fear more attacks by locals, who are opposed to their presence on the island.

Campaigners say the government in Canberra is "treating the men like animals" and are demanding they be allowed to resettle in Australia.

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Food, medicine, power and water have been cut from the former detention center. Among them are about 90 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar, about 200 men from Iran, and others from Afghanistan, Somalia and Pakistan.

Ms Ardern said on Sunday she understood the Turnbull government had prioritised the USA agreement, but described her own offer as "genuine".

"We have serious concerns about the welfare, safety and well-being of the roughly 600 men who remain in the accommodation compound, who are too frightened to leave", Colville said. "They force us to starve".

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten softened Labor's stance on Friday, saying the plan had similarities to the United States resettlement deal to take 1,250 people.

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Earlier, Immigration Minister Peter Dutton accused the Greens of wanting "an incident" on Manus Island, after Melbourne MP Adam Bandt labelled Mr Dutton a "terrorist". The honorable prime minister of New Zealand, we are begging you and pleading you to help us.

The government has been facing growing pressure to accept the offer in recent days, with Opposition Leader Bill Shorten saying on Friday that Mr Turnbull should honour New Zealand's proposal and Liberal MP Kevin Andrews breaking ranks to join that call on Sunday. "We need your help".

Hollywood star Russell Crowe has slammed Australia for failing to even consider New Zealand's offer to resettle 150 refugees stranded on Manus Island and Nauru.

For four years, Australia has paid Papua New Guinea, its nearest neighbour, and Nauru to house asylum seekers who attempt to reach the Australian coast by boat. Critics argue the measures are punitive and extreme.

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On Manus Island, refugees reacted to the news by holding placards at their daily protest, thanking New Zealand for 'trying again'.

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