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You may remember a report this week on the government's website about "high-risk sexual behaviour" among asylum seekers on Nauru.
This, from the website, is "not an issue of Nauru as a whole but an issue for some people, particularly in the Nauruan community, where the sexual misconduct is a serious problem".
It appears to indicate that sexual assault is a risk, that Nauru "appears to be experiencing high levels of sexual assault", that in some cases people have been assaulted by people in their Nauruan community.
That's not how I interpret this. What I do interpret is that sexual assault on Nauru is very much a matter of Nauruans being in the minority, so it is a matter of the people there feeling unsafe in their own community.
The sexual assault issue has been the subject of intense public discussion in the past few weeks, and a lot of discussion in the international community.
What is the government's response to that, particularly given that the sexual assault is a matter of Nauruans feeling unsafe?
I think the government is being a bit vague about the issue, perhaps because they know it will be such a sensitive issue.
I have been involved in Nauru for the past year. It is a beautiful island. There is no question about that.
The New York Times editorial board has taken a lot of heat for its criticism of the NFL and its players over the last week. In its piece, the Times accuses the league of playing games with the people it wants to see on its sidelines.
The paper goes on to point out that in the wake of the protests that have erupted over the last week, several NFL players have been arrested and charged with domestic violence offenses. That's a problem, but in a society as broken as ours, the NFL's players are only going to do damage to themselves by protesting.
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