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Lindsay Murdoch is a two-time winner of the Walkley Award, Australia's top award for journalistic excellence. Lindsay is a former correspondent based in Singapore, Jakarta and Darwin. In 1999 he covered the tumultuous events in East Timor, and in 2003 he covered the Iraq war while embedded with US Marines.
Lindsay Murdoch The Abbott government has sent a senior official to Phnom Penh to take charge of a controversial scheme to resettle refugees from Australia.
Paul McGeough, Heath Aston and Lindsay Murdoch Unarmed Australian police will immediately enter and take control of the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine in what Prime Minister Tony Abbott has conceded is a “risky mission”.
Lindsay Murdoch Philippine authorities are treating Australian religious extremist Musa Cerantonio as a 'high-risk and high-value' prisoner, but he is set to walk free after his imminent deportation to Melbourne.
Lindsay Murdoch Cambodia has revealed its authorities will investigate the backgrounds of refugees Australia plans to send to the impoverished nation and will insist they must sign consent forms.
Lindsay Murdoch Cambodia's strongman Prime Minister Hun Sen has confirmed his impoverished country will accept refugees from Australia in a controversial agreement condemned by human rights and refugee advocates.
Lindsay Murdoch Phnom Penh: The warm roti that Mohammed Ibrahim sells from his cart is popular on the crowded streets of this riverside city, where many people are impoverished.
Lindsay Murdoch Phnom Penh: Cambodia's insistence that refugees not be sent to the impoverished country against their will has emerged as a key sticking point in a controversial agreement with Australia.
Lindsay Murdoch The Abbott government wants to send some asylum seekers to Cambodia, at a time when the country's strongman prime minister, Hun Sen, is overseeing a brutal crackdown on dissent in one of south-east...
Luke Hunt, Phnom Penh, Lindsay Murdoch, Bangkok The Australian government has asked Cambodia to accept refugees seeking asylum in Australia in a move that has echoes of the former Labor government's so-called ''Malaysian solution''.
Luke Hunt, Phnom Penh and Lindsay Murdoch, Bangkok The Australian government has asked Cambodia to accept refugees seeking asylum in a move similar to the former Labor government's so-called ''Malaysian solution''.
Lindsay Murdoch The Abbott government has banned a Malaysian democracy activist and lawyer from entering Australia where he had been invited to speak at public forums, including the Australian National University.