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Family of a soldier killed in Pulwama terror attack speaks out

Data released by the Ministry of Home Affairs shows there has been a sharp rise in terror activities between 2014 and 2018, with a 176% jump in terror attacks in the Valley in the same time period. The..
Firstpost - Published

Manus $423m contract a distraction: Dutton

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says questions about a lucrative contract given to a little-known company for services on Manus Island is a distraction.
SBS - Published

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'Let Her In': Topless Protesters Rally For Saudi Refugee Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun [Video]'Let Her In': Topless Protesters Rally For Saudi Refugee Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun

A group of topless women protested in Martin Place, Sydney, on Thursday, January 10, to demand that the Australian government grant asylum to refugee Rahaf al-Qunun, who fled her family out of fear..

Credit: Storyful Studio     Duration: 00:36Published

"No special treatment" says Australia but plans to work with UN in al-Qunun case [Video]"No special treatment" says Australia but plans to work with UN in al-Qunun case

Australia's Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton has said there would be no special treatment afforded to Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun but said Australia would work with the United Nations. Rough..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:02Published

UN refers Saudi teen seeking asylum to Australia [Video]UN refers Saudi teen seeking asylum to Australia

The UN is asking Australia to consider re-settling a Saudi teenager who fled from her family and is now in Bangkok. Jayson Albano reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:34Published

"No special treatment" says Australia but plans to work with UN in al-Qunun case

Australia's Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton has said there would be no special treatment afforded to Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun but said Australia would work with the United Nations. Rough cut - no..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:01Published

 

Labor heads to the May election without a replacement for Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton

Bill Shorten has put off a decision on who will take charge of national security if Labor wins the federal election.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fin24.com | Other businesses also want in on Fireblade deal, says Home Affairs minister

Home Affairs minister Siyabonga Cwele has told Parliament's portfolio committee on home affairs that more businesses have come forward wanting to offer private airport terminal services similar to..
News24 - Published

Fin24.com | Parliament to get update on Fireblade saga

It will be the first time that the Department of Home Affairs has briefed Parliament on this matter since Malusi Gigaba resigned as minister in November last year.
News24 - Published

Home Affairs confirms investigation into visa corruption claim

The Department of Home Affairs has launched a probe into allegations a bribe may have influenced a visa decision.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

India: Frittering Gains, Feeding Disruption In J&K – Analysis

india: frittering gains, feeding disruption in j&k – analysis
By Ajit Kumar Singh and Nijeesh N.* The politics of opportunism as well as the political incongruity of the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)-led Central Government has enormously emboldened Pakistan’s..
Eurasia Review - Published

India: Suspected Mastermind Of Kashmir Attack, Two Aides Killed

By Mohammad Amin Pirzada Security forces in Indian-administered Kashmir shot dead three suspected militants on Monday, including an alleged planner of last week’s car-bomb attack that killed 46..
Eurasia Review - Published

'Human error': Border bosses admit mistakes over Hakeem Al-Araibi that led to his detention

ABF Commissioner Michael Outram told a Senate estimates hearing that it should have told the AFP and Home Affairs officers that the refugee footballer was protected.
SBS - Published

'We needed to move quickly': Manus Island $423m contract defended by Pezzullo

Home Affairs faced questions over the controversial deal at a Senate estimates hearing on Monday.
SBS - Published

AFP points at Home Affairs over 'gap' in Hakeem al-Araibi case

Questions have been raised about what role Australian authorities played in his detention.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe AgeSBS

Home Affairs, AFP defend handling of Hakeem Al-Araibi case

The head of the Australian Federal Police and the Home Affairs Assistant Minister have been questioned on the circumstances leading to the wrongful detention of refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi.
SBS - Published

Government faces questions over Manus Island contract

Labor will use Senate estimates to grill Peter Dutton's Home Affairs department on the awarding of a Manus Island security contract to a company registered to a beach shack at the time.
SBS - Published

Government under pressure over contentious $423m contract awarded to Manus Island security contractor

Labor will use Senate estimates to grill Peter Dutton's Home Affairs department on the awarding of a Manus Island security contract to a company registered to a beach shack at the time.
SBS - Published

AFP faces al-Araibi tip-off questions

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says the Australian Federal Police's role in Hakeem al-Araibi's detention in Thailand will be examined.
SBS - Published

Labor seeks advice on asylum seeker bill

The leaking of security advice - about an asylum seeker medical transfer bill - from the Department of Home Affairs to the media has been referred to the AFP.
SBS - Published

Home Affairs asylum leaks referred to AFP

The leaking of security advice - about an asylum seeker medical transfer bill - from the Department of Home Affairs to the media has been referred to the AFP.
SBS - Published

Home Affairs refers leak of Phelps bill advice to AFP

The department found itself at the centre of a political debate that raised questions about the neutrality of security agencies.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Peter Dutton claims Bill Shorten ignored top-level security briefings on Kerryn Phelps' refugee bill

"Bill Shorten now has advice, he's had briefings. The agencies have told him that this bill would be a disaster," the Home Affairs Minister said.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Home Affairs did not seek Fijian expertise before contentious decision on Neil Prakash

The department said it was operating on "strong" legal advice he was a dual citizen and would not be rendered stateless.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Vogue editor Anna Wintour's remarks 'a bit tacky': Dutton

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says it was "a bit tacky" of Vogue editor Anna Wintour to criticise the prime minister's record on LGBTQ rights.
SBS - Published

Rallies for Queensland Tamil family held around Australia

The Home to Bilo campaign protested outside Home Affairs Minister Petter Dutton's electorate office in Brisbane, as well as in Gladstone, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.
Brisbane Times - Published

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