UN, human rights groups and refugee groups demand solutions following Nauru data leak – as it happened
And just finally, the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, says it is “gravely concerned by the reports”.
“Although UNHCR is not able to verify the individual incidents raised by the reports, the documents released are broadly consistent with UNHCR’s longstanding and continuing concerns regarding mental health, as well as overall conditions for refugees and asylum seekers on Nauru,” the organisation said in a statement.
UNHCR has observed and reported a progressive deterioration in the situation of refugees and asylum seekers on Nauru through its regular visits since 2012.
“Solutions are now urgently needed.”
I’ll be closing this live blog shortly. Stay tuned to the Guardian website overnight and for the coming days as we continue coverage of the Nauru files and the fallout.