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The United States and "partners" have launched bombing raids against Islamic State extremists in Syria, the Pentagon has announced.
Some militants’ views paint a severe picture. More progressive Muslims interpret Islamic law differently. So what is it, and how does it fit with a legal system?
New York police officers were called out to a break and enter at a beauty shop in the Bronx last Saturday, the culprit – a raccoon.
The first five days of competition will be live-streamed on the Cycling Central website, while the final two days will be broadcast on SBS ONE and streamed online.
In a special episode, Insight explores just how Australia would cope in a hypothetical influenza pandemic situation. Are we ready? Tonight 8:30pm on SBS ONE.
Life. You're born and then you die. Bref covers the stuff in between. In this fast paced French comedy our unemployed, unloved and unnamed hero takes us through the...
'Islam' - In Wednesday's episode of Living with the Enemy, Ben believes there is no such thing as a moderate Muslim. Can Lydia and Ahmed convince him otherwise?
When it comes to movies, there's something for everybody on SBS ONE, SBS 2 and On Demand. Find out what's screening where and when.
Tonight, in an Australian exclusive, Reeva Steenkamp's parents tell Dateline about the Oscar Pistorius trial verdict. They don’t believe that justice has been done.
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An Alaskan TV reporter has quit her job on live television, leaving her colleagues stunned.
Zack Lamb has one of the most severe cases of Tourette's in the US. Now Dateline returns to update his story and see if drastic surgery on his brain has worked.
No-one knows exactly where the Ebola virus comes from, but one thing is certain - it's one of the most virulent infections known to science.
Dr Chowdhry diagnoses on ‘What’s Wrong With You?’, as Imran Farook’s Spirit Time journeys to The Sopranos’ Joe Gannascoli, and famous comedian Brian Posehn.
'Space' - Nichelle Nichols reveals how her groundbreaking role as Lt Uhura in Star Trek led to her participation in the recruitment of NASA’s astronauts.
Emma Watson has been targeted by an ominous website in the wake of her speech calling for men to join the feminist conversation.
What should we do about 'boat people'?

In the last 20 years, 60,000 'boat people' have arrived in Australia. How we deal with them when they get here continues to polarise public opinion.

Living With The Enemy
'Islam' - In Wednesday's episode of Living with the Enemy, Ben believes there is no such thing as a moderate Muslim. Can Lydia and Ahmed convince him otherwise?
Watch now: Abraham, who is subjected to daily racism and won’t travel on the train after dark, will live for 10 days with Nick, who opposes African immigration.
Watch online: Morteza spent four uncertain years in detention. Jenni says he should not stay in Australia. Living in each other’s worlds is an explosive experience.
In the last 20 years, 60,000 'boat people' have arrived in Australia. How we deal with them when they get here continues to polarise public opinion.
Medical marijuana is being used illegally across Australia, but the AMA says there isn't enough evidence to support legalisation.
The road to acceptance hasn't been easy for gay people in Australia. The next frontier is the right to get married.
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The World Game
Theo Zwanziger, a member of FIFA's Executive Committee, believes that the 2022 World Cup will not be held in Qatar.
Gennaro Gattuso was never one to take a backwards step on the football field. Now, as a coach off it, the former Italy and AC Milan hardman appears not to have...
Australia defender Chris Herd is set to sign with English Championship club Bolton Wanderers on a one-month loan from Aston Villa according to a BBC Radio...
SBS's weekly football program The World Game continues on Monday 22 September at 11pm on SBS ONE or you can watch it ON DEMAND from 9.30pm AEST.
In the space of nine days football 'made in western Sydney' will be at the forefront of the domestic and international game.
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Comment & Analysis
Rather than feeling uncomfortable when seeing a veiled woman, Australians should feel proud, writes Renae Barker.
It threatens humanity by preying on humanity. Imagine: you are a parent whose child has suddenly come ill with fever - do you cast your child away?
Risking her ability to use Twitter without harassment ever again, comedian Alice Fraser dived into internet flame wars to ask the trolls why they do what they do.
Two of Australia's few Indigenous models say the country has a long way to go to accepting diversity in its beauty industry, and that needs to change.
There are a lot of life lessons to be learnt from Buffy, the sexy ones not withstanding, writes Brydie Lee-Kennedy.
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Andrew Denton, Jacki Weaver, Rebecca Gibney, Lisa McCune, Richard Roxburgh, Adam Goodes, Paul McDermott and Amanda Keller trace their family histories.
Soul/rock icon Tina Turner features on this cross-cultural project that melds prayers and soothing music to help you de-stress and relax.
This month: Make it from scratch - creamy feta, limoncello and more plus Mexico’s rich food history and a Moroccan Eid feast! At newsagents and online now.
All three series of Gourmet Farmer on DVD, jam packed with self-sufficiency and delicious home-grown food.
This annual best-seller is the ultimate foodies’ diary, including monthly notes on seasonal produce, recipes, food and wine tips plus festivals and farmers’ markets.
Mirusia's beautiful voice takes you on a musical journey through her visually stunning concert, full of romantic and compelling melodies.
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