Victoria’s hotel quarantine program had just days to prepare for the arrival of six rescue flights carrying 761 Afghans evacuated from Afghanistan’s chaotic, turbulent capital.
The United States is looking at all possible options and routes to continue helping Americans and legal permanent residents leave Afghanistan.
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen says Australian soldiers should be prosecuted for alleged war crimes committed during the 20-year occupation of Afghanistan.
In his first comments since the withdrawal of the last US troops, President Joe Biden called the evacuation from Afghanistan an extraordinary success, ending a 20-year war.
Victoria plans a modest easing of coronavirus restrictions, the Prime Minister says he’s secured another 500,000 Pfizer vaccines and US President Joe Biden labels the Afghanistan evacuation a success.
Liberal MP and war veteran Phil Thompson says Australia’s leaders need to understand why troops were sent to Afghanistan and learn lessons from the longest war.
World cricket’s custodians are closely watching for signs of setbacks to the Afghanistan women’s game, as the Taliban regime gave its apparent sign-off to play a men’s Test match against […]
The United States has completed the frantic and deadly withdrawal of its forces from Kabul, marking the official end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan.
Nurses at a major Sydney hospital say there’s a “strong sense of hopelessness” as cases continue to rise, Victorian authorities are deciding whether some restrictions can safely ease and the […]
While some private investors see opportunity, larger impediments are likely to bedevil the Chinese government’s Belt and Road projects.
Sydney races to stop the expansion of COVID hotspots, Victoria considers easing some restrictions amid its prolonged lockdown and the situation around Afghanistan’s Kabul airport remains extremely dangerous.
China fears encirclement, and it has just gained a potentially significant adversary on a vulnerable border.
He’s worked for the FBI and been fired upon daily in Afghanistan, but there’s one memory that’s seared into Fred Bradford’s mind – the 2017 Las Vegas shooting.
The attack has sparked global outrage and a promise of retribution from the US
No Australian soldiers or officials are believed to have been injured in the blast that has claimed at least a dozen US service members’ lives.
The 20th anniversary of the Tampa crisis has come at a time when Afghanistan is collapsing and nearly 60 per cent of Australians are in lockdown.
Stocks moved lower following fatal explosions at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan, setting up the ASX to open lower.
Two deadly suicide bombings came just days before the scheduled withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan, plunging the departure effort into chaos.
The officer overseeing counter-terrorism operations in NSW also warned the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan could lead to a greater risk of violent extremism.
Australia, Britain and the US all updated their travel advice on Thursday, warning people not to attempt the dangerous journey to the airport in Afghanistan’s capital.
Poor execution of the withdrawal should not obscure the strategic justification for ending this 20-year war.
More than 1000 refugees who have already fled Afghanistan defied a ban on public gatherings in the Indonesian capital and fought with police.
Was the war worth it if years from now women can tell their daughters there was once a time when they were free to study, work and move freely?
In giving up on Afghanistan, Biden has undercut America’s position everywhere.
The international community should withhold recognition of the new government of Afghanistan.
US Vice-President Kamala Harris has used her first visit to south-east Asia to reiterate the superpower’s commitment to security partners following the fall of Kabul.
The US departure from Afghanistan reduces Washington’s influence in a region near China. However, it’s not clear how much Beijing will benefit.
The Prime Minister’s comment last week, in which he shared regret about Afghanistan, showed a familiar pattern.
The US ordered six commercial airlines to help transport people out of Afghanistan as dozens have died in the past seven days in and around the airport.
A western Sydney-based lawyer with 200 clients trying to leave Afghanistan for Australia to join their relatives is warning many are being turned away at the airport in Kabul or […]