: I wish to make an application under the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act) for documents held... (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade)

Title: I wish to make an application under the Commonwealth Freedom of Information Act 1982 (the Act) for documents held by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (the department) containing information about people believed to be killed during a strike by the U.S. in or around the Syrian city of Raqqa on or around Friday 11 August 2017 (the strike). Those people are Khaled Sharrouf and his sons Abdullah and Zarqawi, who were Australian citizens at the time of their deaths.Specifically, I seek access to correspondence, notes of meetings, written briefings, written advice, ministerial submissions and/or similar documents, regarding:the strike and/or planning for the strike;advice received by the Australian government that Khaled Sharrouf may have died in the strike, and/or a copy of that advice;advice received by the Australian government that Abdullah and Zarqawi Sharrouf may have died in the strike, and/or a copy of that advice;Australian government consideration about what role Australia could legitimately play in U.S. operations against Khaled Sharrouf that contained the risk of the deaths of Australian citizens; and,awareness within the Australian government that the strike had killed or wounded Australian children, and what the consequences of those deaths may be.I advise I am not interested in duplicate copies of documents or documents that have already been publicly released or media releases, media articles or media statements.
DFAT only documents concerning reported death of Khaled Sharrouf and his sons Abdullah and Zarqawi [PDF 230 KB]
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