Australia, soaring arrivals of asylum seekers by plane

Australia is about to reach an annual record in the number of asylum seekers arriving in the country by plane, highlighting a profound change in human trafficking operations after the radical crackdown on sea arrivals: about 80 people a day since the beginning of July, they have asked for protection immediately after landing at an Australian airport, a trend that suggests a new arrival point this year.
Over the past five years, the Sydney Morning Herald reports today, citing official data, more than 95,000 arrivals by plane.
Labor opposition spokeswoman for Labor, Kristina Keneally, has accused Interior Minister Peter Dutton of a “crisis” that is more serious than the many arrivals of boat people in past Labor governments. “He cannot deny the failure to control borders, which is bringing widespread exploitation, slavery and even sexual servitude to our country,” he said.

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