“People have lost their humanity.” speaking to families stuck in India amid flight ban | The Drum

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ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “”People have lost their humanity.” speaking to families stuck in India amid flight ban | The Drum” – below is their description.

The travel ban imposed at the start of May ended over the weekend,

but 42 Australians were barred from the first repatriation flight.

The Drum’s Stephanie Boltje has spoken to two families in India impacted by the flight ban.

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