Australia says the last four transient kids confined at a camp on the Pacific island of Nauru are being moved to the US.
The youngsters will be flown with their families as a feature of a resettlement bargain concurred with Washington.
Australia has held refuge searchers touching base via ocean on Nauru since detainments started there in 2013.
Last August it held 109 kids. Australia declined to resettle them under its intense movement arrangements.
In an announcement issued on Sunday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said “each refuge searcher kid has now been expelled from Nauru… or then again has a clean way up the island”.
He said that kids would never again be confined there.