Latest Afghanistan News

War Crimes Royal Commission Needed, Brereton Inquiry Deficient
Coronavirus escalated armed conflicts in several war-torn countries
Office of Special Investigator
Global Environment Facility approves over $78 million to support FAO-led projects
Australian War Memorial development project update
Australia Needed on World Stage After Shocking UN Crisis Report
Australia must adopt Magnitsky-style laws targeting child rights abusers following bipartisan inquiry
FAO calls for anticipatory action in support of agriculture to give relief and hope to households in crises
FAO Food Price Index rises sharply
World Vision appoints experienced humanitarian leader as new CEO
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General’s Campbell & Burr must resign to preserve integrity of Afghan War Crimes process
Chief of Army statement – administrative action
Shocking new data: Five children killed or maimed in Afghanistan every single day for past
COVID-19 pandemic forces half of Afghan families to send their children to work; half unable to access food
Mark Willacy and ABC Investigations team win Gold Walkley; ABC awarded for bushfires and coronavirus coverage
New report: on average 25 children killed or injured in conflicts every day for past decade
Report of alleged war crimes by Australian Defence Force in Afghanistan a distressing reminder of need
Chief of Army statement – IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry findings
No question SAS committed war crimes in afghanistan, facilitated by failure of command
“most significant” inquiry of our times
Statement – IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry findings
IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry findings
Brereton report: what happens next?
Afghanistan Inquiry findings
Biathlon e-book aims for insight
Statment on IGADF Inquiry
Statement on IGADF Inquiry
Intelligence Committee to review listings of two terrorist organisations
SAS soldiers responsible for war crimes must lose more than their medals
Injured migrant workers told they aren’t employees
Statement – IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry report
Disturbing and shameful allegations of war crimes must be made public
ADF must own & address allegations of war crimes in Afghanistan
Gender inequalities accelerate during early adolescence, study finds
Memorial embarks on 3D online exhibition, 3D Treasures
Public interest journalism deserves legislative protection
Partnering for people and planet
Library activities set to be real page turners
Public interest journalism deserves legislative protection
MEAA welcomes dropping of raid investigation but threat remains
Study Finds That Unit Cohesion May Mitigate Mental Health Issues From Combat Exposure
ADF completes training of thousands of Afghan National Army officers
Why Australia Must Do More To Ease Suffering Of Millions of Children Worldwide
Building hospitals and hope for African women with obstetric fistula
Statement following roadside blast in Afghanistan
Do peace talks with Taliban herald a better future for Afghanistan?
ABC takes Queensland honours for investigative and online journalism