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EXCLUSIVE The NSW Police Force has admitted its officers made serious mistakes while re-examining potential gay-hate murders among a list of 30 unsolved deaths.
French President Francois Hollande continues to urge for the closure of the 'Calais Jungle' migrant camp while visiting surrounding area.
A photo of a father and his son who lost their lives during one of the heaviest airstrikes in the Syrian conflict has been released, depicting the plight of thousands...
According to an upcoming book on Jose Mourinho, the Portugese manager had to console Michael Essien when he was at Real Madrid because only two of his team-mates...
Here's what's screening this week on SBS, SBS 2, NITV and at On Demand, 26 September-2 October.
Richard Hammond visits one of the windiest places on the planet, walks into the centre of a man-made tornado and creates a 10-metre high whirlwind - made of fire. ...
As comedian Rob Hunter on the 1980s animated kid's show featuring a heavily-armed killing machine robot child with a bum cannon.
An alcohol replacement drug without the side-effects. Would you switch?
Despite the ubiquity of cosmetic procedures, the associated physical and psychological risks can be significant, as Insight discovers.
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Taste of Indigenous food delights the crowd at Turin's slow food festival.
In his second term, Obama has tried to tackle America's most intractable social problems - guns, immigration and race. (Part 2)
According to international development experts, eradicating global poverty is an achievable goal.
Placenta is out. Umbilical cords are in.
'Moonlight' mixes fearlessness and tradition, blight and beauty, in an exhilarating story about self-discovery and love spanning 16 years.
When Matthew Gardiner returned alive three months later, Australian Federal Police were waiting. What really happened on the front line? A year on, he breaks his...
Dramatically better looking

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