Australia has controversially repealed a law which allowed sick refugees held offshore to be treated in the country.
The government's push to scrap the "medevac" law - passed by opposition MPs in February - has drawn criticism as cruel and inhumane.
But Prime Minister Scott Morrison argued the law had presented a "national security" risk.
At least 12 people have died under Australia's offshore detention policy.
Since 2013, the nation has sent asylum seekers...