Australia row over pregnant Nauru migrant case
Australia’s immigration minister has insisted the government correctly handled the case of a migrant woman who sought an abortion in Australia.
The 23-year-old, a Somali detainee at Australia’s detention camp in Nauru, says she became pregnant as a result of being raped in July.
She was allowed to travel to Australia to end the pregnancy, but left on Friday without having done so.
The government said she changed her mind, but she has denied this.