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Peter Dutton rules out using Syrian ceasefire to extract Australians from 'theatre of war'

The home affairs minister is refusing to budge on pressure to do more to extract Australian women and children living in Syria's al-Hawl refugee camp.

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton will not use a temporary ceasefire to rescue Australian women and children from the al-Hawl refugee camp in Syria.

Peter Dutton has ruled out extracting Australian women and children from refugee camps during a brief ceasefire in Syria.

The home affairs minister said it was still far too dangerous to send Australian troops or diplomats into the war-torn nation.

"The advice is consistent to us, and that is that there's not an opportunity, given the danger there at the moment," he told reporters in Canberra on Friday.

Read the full article in English here.

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