Child refugees in Nauru camp struggle to eat, drink, talk: MSF

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The mental health of refugees detained by Australia on the Pacific island of Nauru has deteriorated so badly that some children are in a “semi-comatose state”, unable to eat, drink or talk, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said on Thursday.

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