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Explorer 'missing in Papua New Guinea jungle' while searching for headhunters

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Explorer 'missing in Papua New Guinea jungle' while searching for headhuntersA British explorer's family fear for his safety after he went missing in a remote jungle in Papua New Guinea while searching for a lost tribe of headhunters for a BBC documentary, his agent has said.Benedict Allen was dropped by...
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News video: Papua New Guinea police enter abandoned Australian-run detention camp

Papua New Guinea police enter abandoned Australian-run detention camp 01:21

Police enter an officially-shuttered Australian-run detention camp in Papua New Guinea ordering some 380 asylum seekers occupying it to leave. Samantha Vadas reports.

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