By KAZUYA ITO/ Staff Writer
August 10, 2021 at 19:05 JST
Wishma Sandamali, a 33-year-old Sri Lankan who died in March at a detention facility operated by the Nagoya Regional Immigration Services Bureau (Provided by a family member)
A government agency’s report into the high-profile death of a Sri Lankan detainee found that immigration officials failed to share details about her illness and that staff showed a lack of awareness of human rights. [Read More]
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