Austria and Germany have agreed to let migrants in Hungary to cross their borders, Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said.
Pressure is mounting on the government to provide amnesty for exploited foreign workers, who have exceeded their legal working hours.
The chairman of the parliamentary committee on intelligence says up to 10 men now in jail for terrorism could lose their citizenship and be deported.
Northern Ireland took a major stride towards its first major finals since 1986 as it moved to the top of EURO 2016 qualifying Group F with a 3-1 win over the Faroe...
There's only one Tim Cahill - or so we thought. It turns out Socceroos forward Mathew Leckie is fast developing a passable impersonation of Australia's leading all...
Don't miss Kathryn Bigelow's edge-of-the-seat thriller about the world's biggest manhunt. Zero Dark Thirty is our movie of the week, Saturday 8:30pm on SBS.
The Lavazza Italian Film Festival is back across the country from 15 Sept – 21 October and we have 20 double passes up for grabs.
Join Rachel Khoo as she delves into Melbourne's food scene in episode 7, taking a day trip to Dandenong for Melbourne's most unusual mushrooms.
SBS will broadcast and livestream the final eight stages of the Vuelta a España, plus daily highlights for all stages from 5:30pm AEST.
The past is beautiful until you’re reminded it’s ugly, writes Spencer Kornhaber.
Venice may be the world's oldest film festival, but this year it is pioneering what may well become the future of cinema.
Whether you're a trend-tracker or curious epicurean, test your Food IQ and find out how much you know about Melbourne's most popular bars, diners, beers and nosh.
The Backburner (satire) writes: "In the wake of a report that Millennials see their generation as lazy, Millennials have said nothing because they're too busy...
An anonymous person has taken out an obituary in The Sydney Morning Herald for Aylan Kurdi, the three-year-old boy whose body was photographed on a beach in...
Papa's pick of flicks that explore the powerful role of babbos, vaders and dads across the globe.
When Kenneth Jarecke photographed an Iraqi man burned alive, he thought it would change the way Americans saw the Gulf War. But the media wouldn’t run the picture.
Australia's own Ronny Chieng has just landed the role of a lifetime, being named one of the new correspondents for The Daily Show.
Australian sporting icon Dawn Fraser is on the trail of the grandparents she never knew. Her search takes her back to her childhood home, in Sydney's Balmain.
Wondering how you can help refugees in the ongoing crisis in Europe? Here are some links to international charitable organisations.
Read the SBS Movies review: ‘The film weaves those many small details to re-create the angry, racist world N.W.A. came out of.’
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The World Game
Mario Gotze scored twice and hit the post as Germany toppled Poland at the summit of EURO 2016 qualifying Group D with a 3-1 win in Frankfurt.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben faces four weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a groin injury in Netherlands' EURO 2016 qualifying defeat to Iceland.
Australia midfielder Mark Milligan said the Socceroos will have to stay disciplined and ruthless against a relatively unknown opponent in Tajikistan.
Australia playmaker Tom Rogic cast aside the frustration of 18 months of international isolation to remind fans what they had been missing - and what they might...
Substitute Mathieu Valbuena's superb free-kick gave France a deserved 1-0 warm-up match win over Portugal in Lisbon.
Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Ezequiel Lavezzi struck braces as Argentina thrashed Bolivia 7-0 in a practice-match in Houston.
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All Brit, Candy, Cotty and Faith have to do is save enough money for spring break to get their shot at some real fun. Then a chance encounter promises more.
In 1789, the French Revolution is rumbling. Far from the turmoil, at the Château de Versailles, word reaches Queen Marie-Antoinette and her courtiers.
In 2010, rock band The National were about to embark on the biggest tour of their career. Lead singer Matt Berninger's brother brought his camera along.
Daniel is a small ten year old boy who dreams of being a gangster. He befriends a local gang leader, until a rival arrives back from jail to reclaim his turf.
Now at SBS On Demand: This engaging and beautiful film has delighted audiences around the world. Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, starring Audrey Tautou.
Bruce Lee plays a martial arts star who must fake his own death in order to find people who are trying to kill him (includes Lee fighting basketballer Kareem...
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