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Prabowo Subianto has withdrawn from Indonesia's presidential election after failing to stop the electoral commission from naming his rival as the winner.
The HIV community and visitors to Melbourne have gathered at Federation Square to hold a minute's silence for victims of the MH17 tragedy.
McDonald's, KFC and Pizza Hut were forced to apologise to Chinese fast food-goers after a local meat supplier was filmed using expired meat, altering expiration dates,...
American Tejay Van Garderen, in fifth place overall, believes he can win the Tour de France, but already admits he will have to wait at least another year.
Let’s Get Ramblin’ - The Gecko brothers attempt to leave the hotel and take the Fuller family hostage, but this is not without complications.
Episode 2: In her search for the scientist David Eischer’s clone, Bea seeks out David’s mother. The Engman family receives a package containing their grandfather's clone.
Mark Davis presents Dateline live from Ukraine, with the latest on flight MH17. Plus Amos Roberts goes behind the scenes of the Tour de France.
Australia’s plunge to 76th in FIFA’s latest rankings may harm more than just the prestige of Ange Postecoglou's team – it could also quash the hopes of players...
Now at SBS On Demand: Ever since Actress Jacki Weaver became a grandmother, she has had a burning ambition to find out about her beloved father’s biological mother.
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An intriguing look at how the population density of the entire Gaza Strip compares with individual cities around the world.
French chef Gabriel Gaté presents Taste le Tour, a gastronomic journey following the route of the 2014 Tour de France.
Poisons are already being used to improve the way we look. Dr Michael Mosley looks at the hunt for other poisons that can actually help cure our ills.
Le Tour de France 2014
Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford wondered aloud why Vincenzo Nibali had not faced the same questions as Chris Froome over cycling's doping problem.
Alejandro Valverde will not give up hope of winning the Tour de France, despite Vincenzo Nibali's commanding lead.
In Sydney, motorists and cyclists are locked in a cultural clash and a competition for space on crowded roads.
The battles for yellow, green, white and polka-dot - or follow your favourite team and see where they're placed after every Tour stage.
Vincenzo Nibali says he is a more mature rider than he was the last couple of years and insists he is well placed to secure a first Tour de France success.
From Leeds to Harrogate, and Evry to Paris, find out everything there is to know about the 24 stages of the Tour de France, including regional facts.
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England captain Steven Gerrard has announced his immediate retirement from international football.
Germany’s wild celebrations have led to a chip being taken out of the World Cup trophy, but the culprit of the damage remains a mystery.
Real Madrid appears to be edging closer to signing James Rodriguez after he was reportedly pictured arriving in the Spanish capital.
Shakhtar Donetsk president Rinat Akhmetov has confirmed six players have failed to return to Ukraine, reportedly due to safety concerns.
Terry Antonis is ready to deliver on his soaring potential this season – and will be out to make his mark for Sydney FC in the ‘novelty’ duels against Newcastle...
After a major tournament, the global media fly off home with brutal speed. There is little chance of catching up with old friends and mulling over what has...
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Sex Tape is out now in cinemas so it’s the perfect time to shine a light on some other movies where characters 'get freaky' on camera.
David Gulpilil’s Cannes winner arrives this month, along with the Scandinavian stunner 'The Keeper of Lost Causes' and 'A Most Wanted Man', starring Philip...
Screening at the 2014 Melbourne International Film Festival: a passionate and dangerous love story between an innocent teenager and an older, S&M-practicing,...
After the Tour De France, SBS ONE is heading through the 'Chunnel' to bring you some recent British favourites every Saturday night in August.
The good-but-glum 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' raises a common question about super-heavy remakes of legacy franchises.
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Drama based on the cult movie

An original series inspired by 'From Dusk Till Dawn' from Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. The infamous Gecko brothers are the run to Mexico, but the law isn’t the only thing in pursuit.

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Episode 2: In her search for the scientist David Eischer’s clone, Bea seeks out David’s mother. The Engman family receives a package containing their grandfather...
This is the untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia. Watch the landmark, four-part series...
Let’s Get Ramblin’ - The Gecko brothers attempt to leave the hotel and take the Fuller family hostage, but this is not without complications.
Based on the award-winning and wildly popular web series, Drunk History is the liquored-up narration of American history.
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All of us... especially together, are better. Watch SBS employees come together in a special 1 minute video to celebrate the start of a new journey at SBS.
Get a sneak peek at our exciting documentaries coming later in 2014.
Each year Australia puts on hundreds of Multicultural and Indigenous events in our communities. Join in to just one!
SBS are inviting Australian filmmakers to submit a 60sec (or less) video on what celebrating differences means to them. Prizes to be won.
Fancy yourself to be a bit of a French chef? Try your hand at one of Gabriel Gaté’s 21 recipes. Upload a photo and share (boast) on social media.
Join in with the Tour de France for the latest updates from teams, riders and all the other voices at le Tour.
Comment & Analysis
An error of the keyboard was to blame in 1983, writes John C. Beck - who says he was responsible.
While there have been attempts to negotiate, violence has only become worse in Gaza. For the young, the conflict is just another of life's many challenges.
It's not always easy to imagine just how big the other planets are. Here, a space artist's thought experiment turns into a lesson in Earth's relative size.
The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 has led to many questions. Many have pointed out that other airlines had prohibited their flights from operating in the...
Like Christmas, the new iPhone release is an event that comes once a year, as a result of an old man with white facial hair, glasses and a penchant for skivvies.
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Uncover the World War II exploits of Australia's first covert force - "Z" Special Unit.
Griff Rhys Jones traverses beautiful landscapes and takes on the challenge to become as Welsh as he can get, with the help of some eccentric locals.
This month: The global cheese plate; French food and picnic fare perfect for le Tour de France; delights from Launceston, Peru and more! At newsagents and online.
Toy lover James May attempts to build a motorbike and side car entirely out of Meccano, and then ride it around one of the world’s toughest race circuits!
This month – the inside story on our World Cup campaign from Ange; celebrate Harry Kewell’s final hurrah; plus Del Piero vs Pirlo in an A-League vs Juventus special!
Vivaldi's masterpiece is re-written as a fresh and vibrant new work. Deluxe CD and Deluxe CD+DVD editions out now!
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