The fast-tracked medical transfers law will only apply to refugees and asylum seekers already on Manus Island and Nauru.
"Where we will always stand, and the Australian people can always trust us to do, is to have the mettle to ensure the integrity of our border protection framework. the Labor Party demonstrated tonight they have no such mettle".
On Wednesday morning, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he would reopen the Christmas Island detention centre - which closed past year - to cope with what he predicted would be an influx of transfers from Manus Island and Nauru.
Mr Morrison ruled out calling a snap election, saying the vote was not a no-confidence motion in his government and he was still planning for a national poll in May.
Mr Morrison fiercely opposed the bill but it was narrowly approved in the House of Representatives, where the government does not have a majority.
Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said he expected more boats to head for Australia in treacherous voyages that sometimes end in tragedy.
Mr Morrison declared national security measures would be strengthened under the government's Operation Sovereign Borders after the medivac bill was passed.
Late past year, public pressure over severe health issues facing children living on the islands prompted officials to allow all of them to be relocated to Australia.
About 1,200 refugees are estimated to be in exile in Nauru and Papua New Guinea's Manus, where they've been indefinitely detained for nearly six years.
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Labor leader Bill Shorten says his party is tough but fair on border control after it backed the bill.
"If you think that by buying a ticket on an unsafe boat, paying a people smuggler, a criminal syndicate, you'll get a better deal to come to Australia, you're wrong".
But criticism of the camps has grown amid reports of abuse, suicides and lengthy detention periods, even as the government says the policy is discouraging asylum seekers from embarking on unsafe sea voyages.
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison before losing the vote on Tuesday night.
Labor has also added detail to the "character test" to be used to reject transfers if a refugee has a criminal record, helping to address concerns raised by the Greens and Dr Phelps.
Sick asylum seekers often have to fight the Australian government in court for permission to be transferred to an Australian hospital.
Opposition health spokeswoman Catherine King said the powerful Australian Health Reform Commission would develop and oversee long-term reforms, with the overarching aim of ensuring every Australian can access affordable, high-quality health care.
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Those tariffs now stand at 10 percent, but an additional $50 billion worth of imports has already been hit by a 25 percent tariff. China would likely respond by raising tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S goods that it announced past year in retaliation.
Klobuchar is a three-term senator known for her generally centrist demeanor and ability to negotiate with opposition Republicans. She was able to turn 43 Trump-voting Minnesota counties over to her side in last year's mid-term elections.
After feeling bad he recovered and when he was taken to the dressing room he was better, as if he had overcome the problem. He was later taken to hospital before being released on Sunday . "All our thoughts go to the lad Clarke".
Cllr De Boer said some residents told her that they heard the baby crying as early as 1am and thought it was cats mating . The baby was recovered and flown to a hospital in Durban where she was reportedly treated for mild hypothermia.
One dose of the vaccine brings a person to 93 percent immunity. "The first case in OR had few public exposure sites". Wisconsin is one of 17 states that allows parents to opt out of vaccinations because of personal beliefs.
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Salford, expectedly, will join League Two (where Oldham plays) next season and there were initial fears of conflict of interests. His first game in charge will be Yeovil at home next Tuesday after Wild signed off with a 3-0 win at Crawley Town on Saturday.
Shanahan said in late January that he saw "some very encouraging possibilities" in Khalilzad's negotiations with the Taliban. Since then, the administration has said it achieved a tentative "framework" for fuller peace negotiations with the Taliban.
He claimed he'd fallen ill after his win, sometimes finding himself in so much pain he'd forgotten his life-changing victory. In June, a woman who won $180,900,000 in Jamaican money wore a winking emoji face mask to hide who she was.
Ralph Northam and other officials in the state, someone in Perry's camp chose to stop selling the shoes. Historically, blackface is a form of theatrical make-up used by black people playing white people.
Sarri has two weeks to save his job at Chelsea
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When the jurors were discharged, he leaned back in his chair to catch the eye of his wife, who gave him a subtle thumbs-up. The trial testimony lasted almost three months and the jurors have were tasked with deciding on 10 separate counts.
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An anonymous tipster discovered the 1,000-pound tiger illegally held in a residential home, according to Houston's KTRK-TV. Officials said the tiger will be taken to another facility, where it will stay permanently, Tuesday.
Israel warns Iran this could be last anniversary
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