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Ukraine's leadership is calling the conflict in the country's east a great war in which tens of thousands of people could die.
The Senate has repealed the mining tax, after the federal government reached an agreement with six crossbenchers.
With the transfer window now shut, we wrap up all the big deals from across the football landscape. Here is a summary of some of the most noteworthy business, and...
Yeon-mi Park took a long and difficult journey to escape North Korea. Now she's a celebrity in Seoul speaking out against the Kim dynasty's regime. Watch Dateline...
Who calls the shots in surrogacy arrangements? And what pitfalls and hurdles are people navigating? Tuesday 8:30pm on SBS ONE and streamed online.
Life. You're born and then you die. Web comedy series Bref covers the stuff in between. New episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.
Placebos have been shown to help treat pain, depression and even partially alleviate Parkinson’s disease. But far from being a wonder drug, they contain nothing at all.

Dalai Lama’s Democracy

As Tibet marks its Democracy Day, Dateline sits down with the Dalai Lama to reflect on the changes he's seen and his hopes for the future.
There a movie for everybody on SBS ONE, SBS 2 and SBS On Demand. Check specific screening details and online availability.
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Rob Hunter won the stand-up comedian's lottery when he was offered a job opening for two of Louis CK's Australian gigs in 2011.
At an altitude of 3500 meters a hot lava sea boils and bubbles at 1000 degrees Celsius. Millions of human lives are at stake.
A new era in television is here! FreeviewPlus gives you catch up services all in one place, on the TV. Now, there's a service that gives you more than even before!
On Dateline: 150,000 Nepalese people struggle to see, but a pioneering doctor is spreading the gift of sight to even the most remote communities.
Anthony Tan wonders: is there such a thing as the perfect commuting bike?
On Legally Brown: To shut down any potential terror attacks, India’s counter-terrorism unit has deployed its best agent with skills to rival James Bond - Jack...
Should gay couples be able to tie the knot?

Gay people in Australia have fought for and won many of the same rights as everyone else. The next frontier is the right to get married.
Vuelta a España on SBS
Two-time Vuelta a Espana champion Alberto Contador has publicly stated that he can compete to win the race for a third time, just a month after suffering a broken...
Which are the mountain stages and how high do they go? Which stages will be for the sprinters - and where might a breakaway stand a chance?
Latest posts, photos and videos from the teams, riders, officials of the Vuelta a Espana - and the SBS Cycling Central team.
An attack by Alberto Contador left Chris Froome fighting to limit his losses on Stage 9 of the Vuelta a Espana.
Track your favourite riders and teams in every competition within the race - general classification, sprinter points, climbers and young riders.
SBS will broadcast eight live stages of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana, in addition to daily highlights. Here's how to follow the action.
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The World Game
World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo said he wouldn't have sanctioned the sales of Angel Di Maria and Xabi Alonso if he was in charge of Real Madrid.
Midfielder Massimo Luongo is hoping he and his Swindon Town teammate Brad Smith can become a Socceroos double act in the looming internationals against Belgium...
Real Madrid's disjointed start to the season continued as David Zurutuza's double earned Real Sociedad a stunning 4-2 win in La Liga.
France striker Loic Remy has joined Chelsea from Queens Park Rangers, little more than a month after a proposed switch to Liverpool fell through.
Stephane Ruffier's terrible blunder and Zlatan Ibrahimovic's hat-trick saw Paris Saint-Germain thump Saint-Etienne 5-0 in Ligue 1.
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Comment & Analysis
People take their smartphones everywhere, and keep extraordinary amounts of information on them. So obviously marketers are always coming up with new ways to use that...
If the Renewable Energy Target Review set out to be the pinnacle of environmental doublespeak, then mission accomplished.
Do you inspect the appearance of a wine before swirling it around the glass (holding the stem, naturally)?
Many aspiring actors wait for that great role in a fantastic movie they can use as a launchpad to fame. This is a big mistake.
The Australian Primary Principals Association is agitating for a uniform school starting age, saying that it is a natural progression following the implementation...
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Photojournalist David Adams explores the final frontier of Alexander the Great’s vast empire.
Learn everything there is to know about MEAT with Anthony Puharich - from cuts, to shopping to cooking - with some Australia’s best chefs.
Binge on Series 1, 2 and 3 as Richard Hammond explores the incredible ideas behind iconic machines and advanced architectural structures.
This month – our EPL Season Preview special; one-on-one with Mile Jedinak; Fulham’s Aussie champions, and more. If it’s in The World Game, it’s in FourFourTwo.
The inside story on the challenges the Lebanese Australian community has faced and how it has overcome them.
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