Many refugees are hiding or refusing to leave the Australian-run camp on Manus Island
The British explorer may have contracted malaria during his trip
Manus Island asylum-seekers get a 24-hour reprieve from eviction from the Papua New Guinea camp
Refugees and asylum seekers held by Australia in Papua New Guinea have barricaded themselves inside a detention centre and launched legal action to fight its closure
A movie secretly filmed on a smartphone from inside an Australian-run detention centre for asylum seekers who want live in the country has premiered at the London Film festival
Campaigners have hailed the payout to detainees at Manus Island as a victory for human rights
Reports from Papua New Guinea say police have opened fire on a student demonstration, killing as many as four people and wounding around 20.
Papua New Guinea’s Supreme Court has ruled that Australia’s practice of detaining asylum seekers on Manus Island is illegal and must stop. Under
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Makelesi Muloilagi, Marketing Officer at South Pacific Tourism Organization, and to Halatoa Fua, Chief Executive
A missing Trigana Air plane carrying 54 people has been found crashed in a remote area of Indonesia's Papua province.
An earthquake measuring 7.5 has struck off the coast of Papua New Guinea triggering a tsunami warning. The epicentre of the quake was near the town
This is the amateur footage of a volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea.
It was captured earlier on Friday (August 30) morning, after Mount Tavurvur
An asylum seeker was killed and at least 77 injured in the second riot this week at a detention centre in Papua New Guinea used to process asylum