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Anthony is foreign affairs and national security correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

Government faces logistical nightmare getting citizens home from India

Government faces logistical nightmare getting citizens home from India

Several repatriation flights will be dispatched to India every week once the controversial travel ban ends on May 15.

  • by Rachel Clun and Anthony Galloway

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‘You have 240 hours to co-operate’: Cyber attackers demand ransom from NSW Labor
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‘You have 240 hours to co-operate’: Cyber attackers demand ransom from NSW Labor

Security sources speaking on the condition of anonymity but who are familiar with the attack said Russian ransomware Avaddon was behind the breach.

  • by Tom Rabe and Anthony Galloway
Home Affairs investigating relatives of Myanmar military in Australia
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Home Affairs investigating relatives of Myanmar military in Australia

The Department of Home Affairs has launched investigations into relatives of Myanmar’s military government living in Australia, amid concerns they are either harbouring assets or receiving financial support in the wake of the military coup.

  • by Anthony Galloway and Nick McKenzie
‘He can tear us to bits’: Dutton not leaving until the mission is accomplished

‘He can tear us to bits’: Dutton not leaving until the mission is accomplished

The defence portfolio has been let down by the high turnover of ministers over the past decade. Dutton says he is committed to being around for a long time yet.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Conflict with China a ‘high likelihood’, says top Australian general
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Conflict with China a ‘high likelihood’, says top Australian general

The former head of Australia’s special forces told his troops that we were already engaged in a “grey zone” war with China, and worse could well be around the corner.

  • by Nick McKenzie and Anthony Galloway
Military commander tells dark story about the threat from China
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Military commander tells dark story about the threat from China

Major-General Adam Findlay has provided the greatest level of detail ever publicly revealed on threats facing the nation. He says the military is about to enter a “valley of hell”.

  • by Anthony Galloway
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Taxpayers could be on the hook for millions if Chinese owner forced to sell Port of Darwin
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Taxpayers could be on the hook for millions if Chinese owner forced to sell Port of Darwin

Parliamentary Budget Office analysis two years ago estimated the government would have to pay $30 million in compensation to Landbridge if the company had to give up the port.

  • by Anthony Galloway
Dutton vows to call out Beijing and declares everyday Australians are with the government
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Dutton vows to call out Beijing and declares everyday Australians are with the government

Defence Minister Peter Dutton has vowed to call out China for its acts of aggression, declaring everyday Australians understood the threats posed by Beijing.

  • by Anthony Galloway
‘Strategic own goal’: Defence reviews Port of Darwin’s Chinese ownership
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‘Strategic own goal’: Defence reviews Port of Darwin’s Chinese ownership

The Morrison government has tasked the Department of Defence to review the Northern Territory’s 99-year-lease of the Port of Darwin to a Chinese-owned company - a deal that has unsettled national security figures.

  • by Anthony Galloway
AFP backs ban on flags linked to terrorist groups, sharing of extremist material

AFP backs ban on flags linked to terrorist groups, sharing of extremist material

Deputy Commissioner Ian McCartney said certain aspects of current criminal laws were out of step with community expectations and described the internet as a “force multiplier of hate”.

  • by Anthony Galloway
When Zara feared for her safety in Tanzania she thought the Australian high commission would help her

When Zara feared for her safety in Tanzania she thought the Australian high commission would help her

Zara Kay believes Tanzanian authorities detained her because of her views on Islam.

  • by Anthony Galloway