Latest Kabul News

At-risk Afghans evacuated to Aotearoa must be reunited with family
TV interview – ABC Afternoon Briefing with Greg Jennett
Anniversary of fall of Kabul
ABC winners and finalists honoured at NSW Kennedy Awards
Afghanistan: 113,500 newborn Afghan babies, but how will they survive?
Year since fall of Kabul, Afghan people face starvation and desperation
After escaping Taliban, University of Toronto’s Jalal Nazari is on his way to becoming journalist
Italian Air Force Extends Relationship with Boeing to Continue Tanker Sustainment and Training
‘Evacuating’ gold mining town
Royal Military College Graduation
UNHCR rushes relief supplies, humanitarian staff to Afghanistan’s earthquake-hit regions
Fears for children’s safety after huge Afghanistan quake, as nation grapples with mass starvation and economic collapse
1000 dead in Afghanistan earthquake, as nation grapples with mass starvation and economic collapse
Greens call on new Minister to make up for refugee support not provided during pandemic
UNHCR Deputy Chief concludes visit to Afghanistan and Pakistan, urges support to address humanitarian needs
Extraordinary service recognised through Queen’s birthday honours
New Disaster Manager for LHD
New Monash University program to support international scholars facing persecution
Launch of Monash Scholars at Risk Speaker Series
Humanitarian assistance averted food security catastrophe in harsh winter months, but hunger persists
Afghan families surviving on bread and water through holy month as economic crisis worsens
Statement in response to reported high school attack in Kabul
More than 400 personnel to be recognised for emergency evacuations from Afghanistan
University provides free MA places for refugee women from Afghanistan
Cautious hope for girls’ education in Afghanistan as secondary schools reopen
Civil society activists and international leaders highlight triple threat of climate crises, conflict
UN High Commissioner for Refugees appeals for global engagement to address Afghanistan’s needs
Afghan women call for global attention and action to meet needs of women and girls in Afghanistan
Afghan family in Ukraine forced to flee conflict for second time in eight months
Future for women in Afghanistan: Self-learning to step forward
ASPI / NATO Ambassador’s Event: “Women, Peace and Security – Reflections on Afghanistan”
Service family affair
Afghanistan six months on: Children on edge of life
Afghan uni students banned from study continue learning with Australian connection
New Place Marker Delivered at Gumpi
Afghanistan: fifth of starving families sending children to work as incomes plummet in past six months
Activists, Advocates and Leaders to Take to Stage this International Women’s Day
Press briefing notes on Afghanistan 8 February
“I lie awake at night thinking of children we can’t reach”
Press briefing notes on Afghanistan 1 February
Nillumbik’s 2022 Australia Day Award winners
Commitment to Afghanistan Increased
New Hercules on Block arrives
Townsville wishes 3rd Brigade personnel safe and successful deployment
Afghanistan: An infuriating, man-made catastrophe points toward massive suffering for Afghan families
Showcase of pride and appreciation
Foreign Minister concludes successful visit to United Arab Emirates and Qatar
UNHCR begins airlifting aid to Kabul