Australia's 'beautiful prison' in Papua New Guinea
Australia is one of the most desirable destinations for asylum seekers. It also has one of the toughest immigration policies. Since 2013 the government has said that no-one reaching its shores by boat, without a visa, will be allowed to settle in Australia. Instead, it has placed them in detention camps in Papua New Guinea. But the camps have witnessed serious trouble and the policy has been severely criticised. Fariba Sahraei has been to see what's going on.