They’ve come from as far as Iran and Afghanistan, Somalia and Myanmar.
But the children are now stuck on Nauru, a desolate island in the South Pacific that’s little more than eight miles square. They’re caught in a strict Australian immigration system that has left them stranded.
Some of them have become so depressed after years of living in limbo that they have lost their will to live, those working with them say.
About 100 children live on Nauru, one of the remote...