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The United States has diagnosed its first case of the deadly Ebola virus, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Stay up-to-date with the latest developments from the protests in Hong Kong.
Two brothers who handed themselves into police following a brutal assault on a train in Sydney's west have been charged.
Watch episode 1 now in full: In this gripping new series, a gang tunnels into a Brussels bank. But only 66 of the 800 safes are opened - the rest remain untouched.
Prepare to be up all night, every night watching movies: SBS On Demand is super sizing for up to a year, starting Wednesday, October 1.
Former drug user turned anti-drug educator Kerryn must live with marijuana advocate Michael for five days, and he must live with her. Wednesday 8:30pm SBS ONE.
Room 101 is a hilarious new entertainment program, featuring some of Australia's favourite comedians and entertainers and we want YOU to be involved.
From just several hundred 'advisors' at the start of the decade, to more than 550,000 American troops by the end of it, the war in Vietnam polarised opinions.
In a Dateline special investigation, Dr David Corlett hears allegations of failed asylum seekers being abused in Sri Lanka after being sent back by Australia.
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As part of Insight’s celebration of ten years, we revisit the 2013 episode on virginity: who wants to keep it, who wants to get rid of it, and who’s trying to fake it?
Psychological illusionist Derren Brown performs his most dangerous feat yet - Russian Roulette, live, with a real gun. Filmed in a secret location.
Nigel’s Mission: Dateline profiles UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, as his controversial anti-immigration stance wins rising support amongst British...
On Legally Brown, Imran Farook meets one of America’s greatest survivors, John Wayne Bobbitt, who became infamous for having his penis cut off and re-attached.
Scare yourself silly – over and over – this October with our special bumper season of horror classics and cult favourites.
'Something Wicked This Fae Comes' - The second season of this Canadian fantasy-noir series returns to SBS 2 and SBS On Demand.
The World Game
Bayern Munich overcame a stubborn CSKA Moscow outfit to record its 100th UEFA Champions League victory with a 1-0 triumph in Group E.
Francesco Totti became the oldest goalscorer in UEFA Champions League history as in-form Roma claimed a 1-1 Group E draw at Manchester City.
Nemanja Matic scored on his return to Lisbon to earn Chelsea a 1-0 UEFA Champions League win over Sporting CP on Wednesday (AEST).
Al Hilal booked its place in the AFC Champions League final on Wednesday (AEST), despite losing 2-1 to Al Ain in their second-leg clash.
David Villa arrives in Australia on 7 October but Melbourne City coach John van't Schip is unsure if the star will be ready for round one of the A-League.
The Hyundai A-League, Australia's premier football competition, returns to SBS on Friday 10 October when Melbourne Victory takes on Western Sydney Wanderers LIVE.
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Living With The Enemy
Catch up with this week'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.
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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Should marijuana be legalised?

Hundreds of families across Australia break the law every day by using medical marijuana. Recently, State governments announced plans which could lead the way to medical marijuana use in Australia. So what's holding us back?
Comment & Analysis
Beijing remains unlikely to cave in to pro-democracy protesters' demands, but it is now losing hearts and minds, writes Rachel Lu.
What does who we're attracted to say about the society we live in?
We all know that lacing up and breaking a sweat is good for our mood, and that exercise can feel like a lifeline when the stresses of life threaten to engulf us....
Seven kilometres from the Ponferrada finish, Michal Kwiatkowski, dared to dream.
Not long ago, McDonalds filed to trademark ‘McBrunch’, which is great for people who love McDonalds and terrible for amateur rapper MC Brunch, writes Nina Oyama.
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Unique violin stylings and electronic dubstep beats with animated contemporary dance, no wonder violinist Lindsey Stirling is charming the world.
Relive all the excitement and thrills of the biggest race in the world, with commentary from Mike Tomalaris.
Travel Australia and NZ with Adam Liaw as he meets proud produce growers and whips up scrumptious recipes from their fresh ingredients.
The smooth, swinging magic of Nat King Cole is brought to life on this collection of jazz favourites, duets and unreleased recordings.
Join Shane in exotic Turkey and experience the living legacy of delicious foods, from the region’s vibrant culinary past.
A true story of violence, escape and murder unfolds in the unforgiving Tasmanian landscape, as eight convicts flee imprisonment in 1822.
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