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"Australians have found meaning and inspiration in the story of the Anzacs... Gallipoli makes us proud to be Australian."
Australians heading to Turkey are being warned about the possibility of an attack.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian teenager who planned a terror attack which involved beheading a policeman and attaching explosives to a kangaroo at commemorations of the World War One ANZAC landings...
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The Turkish Government said security concerns means it is not safe for Australians.
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My grandfather, Angus McSwain, fought at Gallipoli and in the mud, the blood and the guts of the Western Front. But he was not one of the fallen. He did not die in battle. His name is not on a stone memorial in a foreign land or at home. He was one of the 90,000 wounded and disabled who came home.
The federal government has increased its travel advisories for Turkey in the wake of recent terrorist attacks, just weeks before thousands of Australians travel to the country for ANZAC Day commemorat...
The axing of future Anzac Day ceremonies at Lone Pine in Gallipoli was "sacrilege" to veterans, deeply disappointing to war widows, and a move which Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said would outrage a...
It's estimated that around 750 soldiers from Australia and New Zealand died on the 25th April 1915, the day that they landed at Anzac Cove. Like many young Australians, most of the soldiers loved to p...