Former Afghan interpreters living in Newcastle continue their pleas for support

Gabriel Fowler
By Gabriel Fowler
Updated August 24 2021 - 9:15am, first published August 23 2021 - 7:30pm
"We cannot wait". Fardin, a 33yo former Afghan interpreter who has family members stuck in Kabul, pictured with his daughters Mahdis Rahmani, and Freshta Rahmani, Jesmond. Pictures: Jonathan Carroll

LOCAL Afghan communities are looking on with horror as the crisis in Afghanistan unfolds saying their families require urgent assistance from the Australian Government which is not moving fast enough.

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Gabriel Fowler

Gabriel Fowler

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Experienced journalist covering areas including court, community and social welfare, justice, the environment, and broader investigations. Gabriel.Fowler@newcastleherald.com.au

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