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US 300 refugee deal intake claims false: Dutton

The Turnbull government won’t reveal whether the United States will only accept a limited number of refugees from Nauru.

FILE - In this Sept. 21, 2001, file photo, men shave, brush their teeth and prepare for the day at a refugee camp on the Island of Nauru. The United States and Australia are close to announcing a deal in which the U.S. would resettle hundreds of asylum seekers banished by Australia to Pacific island camps, a newspaper reported on Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. The U.S. had agreed to accept up to 1,800 refugees held for up to three years at Australia's expense in camps on the impoverished island nations of Nauru and Papua New Guinea, The Australian newspaper reported. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft, File)

The Turnbull government won’t reveal whether the United States will limit its intake of refugees from Nauru under a resettlement deal.

But Immigration Minister Peter Dutton is…

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