Could a digital twin of Tuvalu preserve the island nation before it’s lost to the collapsing climate?

With rising seas expected to submerge the nation by 2100, official says ‘we should always be able to remember Tuvalu as it is, before it disappears’Get our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastWhen Tuvalu vanishes beneath rising s…

Two years after the fire, Moria refugee camp’s legacy still leaves its mark

Many of those housed in the notorious refugee camp remain on Lesbos, while others have managed to rebuild new livesTwo years have elapsed since the huge Moria fire gutted what became known as Europe’s most notorious refugee camp. Squalid, gargantuan an…

Letters from those left behind: Afghans who worked for Australia describe desperation as they hide from Taliban

These are the stories of interpreters, embassy staff, guards and aid workers still trying to get to Australia a year after the fall of KabulGet our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastAfghan nationals who worked for the Australia…

‘Every day I am fearful’: Afghans with Australian visas wait in limbo a year after the fall of Kabul

One man who served with Australian troops tells the Guardian he is stranded in a Dutch refugee camp while his family remain in hiding in AfghanistanGet our free news app, morning email briefing or daily news podcastSayed* cannot forget the chaos of his…

A year since fleeing Kabul: ‘Now my children can grow up in peace’

The withdrawal of allied troops from Afghanistan a year ago led to desperate scenes as refugees tried to escape the Taliban. One man tells his family’s story Continue reading…

Dfat bungle delayed visas for former Afghan embassy employees at risk from Taliban

Exclusive: Freedom-of-information investigation reveals error in urgent submission to then minister Marise PayneGet our free news app, morning email briefing and daily news podcastA file number bungle by an Australian government department caused a fou…

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