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Australian officials are attempting to contain unrest at a remote detention centre for asylum seekers in the Indian Ocean.
The immigration department confirmed there was a "major disturbance" at the centre on Christmas Island, which is Australian territory.
Refugee advocates say riots broke out following the death of an asylum seeker who escaped from the facility over the weekend.
Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton said that anyone found to have committed a crime during the disturbance will face "the full force of the law."