Immigration detainees wage hunger strike at Nagoya facility

A 31-year-old Iranian man, who has been detained for about six months, told a Kyodo News reporter at the facility that he will continue the hunger strike until death if necessary as nothing has changed despite repeated pleas. An official of the Nagoya …
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