Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Black diggers are hailed on Anzac Day. But the Indigenous 'Great War' was in Australia | Paul Daley On Anzac Day, the AFL should pause and reflect that sport is not war | Russell Jackson

Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Black diggers are hailed on Anzac Day. But the Indigenous 'Great War' was in Australia | Paul Daley On Anzac Day, the AFL should pause and reflect that sport is not war | Russell Jackson

Malcolm Turnbull has visited the Australian troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, while Bill Shorten is visiting for Anzac day commemorations. The prime minister also met the Iraqi prime minister, Haider Al-Abadi, in Baghdad and the Afghan presiden...

Update for Friday, April 14, 2017

Update for Friday, April 14, 2017

Mother of all BS department. General Daulat Waziri, of the Afghanistan Ministry of Defence, said 36 IS fighters were killed by the U.S. attack in a remote area of Nangarhar using the GBU-43B, or massive ordnance air blast weapon,  which contains 11 t...

Turnbull pledges Afghanistan support but forced return of asylum seekers 'not discussed' Turnbull pledges Afghanistan support but forced return of asylum seekers 'not discussed' Australian Hazaras protest visit of Afghan president Ashraf Ghani Andrew Quilty: my three years photographing Afghanistan's 'forgotten war'

Turnbull pledges Afghanistan support but forced return of asylum seekers 'not discussed' Turnbull pledges Afghanistan support but forced return of asylum seekers 'not discussed' Australian Hazaras protest visit of Afghan president Ashraf Ghani Andrew Quilty: my three years photographing Afghanistan's 'forgotten war'

The prime minister, , has recommitted Australia to long-term economic and security support for Afghanistan during a state visit by the Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani. The two countries signed a memorandum of understanding over Australia’s , which wil...