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Hilba Briega and Regoice Nkale with other refugees at the protest at Park Lodge Killarney on Monday, 27th June 2022. Photo: Tatyana McGough

Hilba Briega and Regoice Nkale with other refugees at the protest at Park Lodge Killarney on Monday, 27th June 2022. Photo: Tatyana McGough

Hilba Briega and Regoice Nkale with other refugees at the protest at Park Lodge Killarney on Monday, 27th June 2022. Photo: Tatyana McGough

Hilba Briega and Regoice Nkale with other refugees at the protest at Park Lodge Killarney on Monday, 27th June 2022. Photo: Tatyana McGough

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Hilba Briega and Regoice Nkale with other refugees at the protest at Park Lodge Killarney on Monday, 27th June 2022. Photo: Tatyana McGough

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Asylum seekers have mounted a two-day protest in Killarney this week claiming that they are being forced to move to other accommodation centres in Kerry to make way for a group of male asylum seekers that are being moved from centres outside Kerry.

Up until this weekend Park Lodge in Killarney was home to 45 women from different countries who are seeking asylum in Ireland. Since then approximately 25 have been moved to other centres in the county. 


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