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Manus refugees await US resettlement deal | The Saturday Paper: The note continued with an assessment of the year just gone: “I can honestly say this year – it’s enough for me, I can’t tolerate any more. This year more things have fallen apart, and with them little pieces of me... We are all political hostages. I have broken so much and sometimes I have cried in my single cell... But I will never give up. I trust with all my heart Jesus Christ has my back he will never let me break down. He is the only owner of my mind and body. New Year approaches me with new hopes, aspirations and commitments that I need to carry out to fulfill my dreams. ‘New Year’ – whenever I hear these words I remember about new year celebrations, gifts, parties, wishing people around us at this amazing moment with all their friends... But in this concentration camp our gifts are sleeping pills and antidepressants.”

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