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UN expert calls on international community to prioritise human rights of Afghans in any ‘normalisation’: Afghanistan
How War Worsened Opioid Crisis In Ukraine
Casey Warmly Welcomes New Citizens
Inclusion of noncommunicable disease care in response to humanitarian emergencies will help save more lives
Stronger China-Taliban Ties Will Concern Washington
Parade Ground Opening For ANZAC Day Veteran’s March
Should world leaders worry about another Trump presidency?
Human Rights Council Opens Fifty-Fifth Regular Session and Holds Minute of Silence in Memory of All Victims of Human Rights Violations Worldwide
New Australian citizens welcomed at first ceremony for 2024
Gender apartheid must be recognised as a crime against humanity, UN experts say
Charges against Assange must be dropped
FAO proposes five key actions to address climate-conflict nexus at the United Nations Security Council
Gaza: Every day, more and more people are on the brink of famine-like conditions
Taliban’s arbitrary arrests and detention of women and girls over dress code must end immediately, UN experts say: Afghanistan
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for February
More than half of children fleeing to Europe face danger on their journeys, survey finds
Volunteers shine in Parramatta’s Citizen of Year Awards
New Novocastrians reflect on road to Australian citizenship
From war-torn Afghanistan to RAAF
Daily death rate in Gaza higher than any other major 21st Century conflict – Oxfam
Adopting Resolution 2721 (2023), Security Council Requests Secretary-General Appoint Special Envoy for Afghanistan
Statement following the Thirty-seventh Meeting of the IHR Emergency Committee for Polio
FASSTT launches Witness to War (1800 845 198), a free national multilingual telphone hotline for people affected by overseas conflicts
Breaching drills go off with a bang
Enhanced support for refugees globally
COP28 closes with historic agreements, but significant shifts still needed
Save the Children: Hunger named as the most concerning issue facing children in 2023
FAO requires $1.8 billion to save lives and livelihoods of 43 million people in 2024
Thailand 2024 cast to discover Group Stage contenders
Transnational Organized Crime ‘a Vicious Threat’ to Sustainable Development, Rule of Law, Secretary-General Tells Security Council, Urging Unity Combating Menace
PJCIS supports relisting of two terrorist organisations
Blood, sweat and tears lands on lawns of Australian War Memorial
How To Watch: AFC Futsal Asian Cup Thailand 2024™ Final Draw
Proudly serving and adapting for 75 years
Press Conference by Security Council President on Programme of Work for December
Projects using data for good awarded medals
Brisbane premiere for epic adventure film Fly From Everest
Cookbook connects Tasmanian women from around world
Freedom-of-entry parade marks 75 years
VC recipient’s stories inspire young soldiers
PJCIS to review relisting of two terrorist organisations under the Criminal Code
Carinity and Neighbours Van driving support for island residents
Gender workers bring their passion to pages
Remembrance Day 2023
MUA Sydney Branch calls for an end to war crimes in Palestine
El Niño: FAO’s updated Anticipatory Action and Response Plan urgently requires $160 million to support over 4.8 million people through March 2024
ABC and VicHealth shine a spotlight on Melbourne’s remarkable young storytellers