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Celebrations have erupted in Gaza as a long-term ceasefire agreed by Israel and the Palestinians went into effect, ending 50 days of the deadliest violence in a decade.
An Aboriginal woman who died in jail after twice seeking medical attention was imprisoned over unpaid fines totalling just $1000, it has emerged.
Ecstatic fans welcomed British pop singer Kate Bush back to the stage for her first show for 35 years on Tuesday, in the same venue as her only previous tour, but she...
Western Sydney Wanderers must target Guangzhou Evergrande's suspect defence, says a man who faced the Chinese powerhouse four times in the last two years.
Leotards are an inspirational garment and not just because they are worn by gymnastics champions and the cast of "Cats", writes comedian Nina Oyama.
'Boxman' - In order to free Santanico, Seth and Richie must face the labyrinth within the temple. Jacob and Kate are forced to confront Scott’s transformation.
Now online: entertainer Paul McDermott found fame with The Doug Anthony All-Stars and Good News Week. What secrets will he uncover in his family's past?
Jonas starts up David’s clone and tries to get him to provide the code, but he is forced to turn to Bea for assistance. She, however, has other plans.
The tricky psychiatric diagnosis is getting a lot of attention, which is exactly what it wants.
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Homemade haloumi, bistro-style soup and a succulent Roman stew; who said cost-conscious cooking meant skimping on the good stuff?
Special report: claims of human trafficking, slavery and even death in the Thai fishing industry that supplies cheap supermarket prawns.
In a skit that explores what would happen if white Australians became a new minority, Nazeem take on the role of a brown-necked shock-jock who takes controversy...
Have war crimes been committed by Nigeria in the fight against Boko Haram? Dateline’s Evan Williams hears of alleged human rights abuses against civilians.
Life. You're born and then you die. Fast-paced comedy Bref covers the stuff in between.
You can’t be “a little bit OCD”. The real thing is debilitating. So when does an obsession cross the line? What distinguishes it from something more serious?
Vuelta a Espana on SBS
SBS will broadcast eight live stages of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana, in addition to daily highlights. Here's how to follow the action.
Australian cyclist Michael Matthews finished third on stage 4 of the Vuelta a Espana, to retain the overall lead, while John Degenkolb sprinted to the stage victory.
Latest posts, photos and videos from the teams, riders, officials of the Vuelta a Espana - and the SBS Cycling Central team.
Australia's Cadel Evans is looking for improvements after finishing sixth in Stage 3 of the Vuelta a Espana.
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?
Track your favourite riders and teams in every competition within the race - general classification, sprinter points, climbers and young riders.
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The World Game
Louis van Gaal's short Manchester United reign hit a shambolic new low as it was dumped out of the League Cup by a 4-0 defeat at MK Dons.
Jason Davidson was West Bromwich Albion's League Cup shootout hero as the Premier League club scraped past fourth-tier Oxford United at The Hawthorns.
Manchester United has shattered the British transfer record to bring Real Madrid star Angel di Maria to Old Trafford for $106.1 million.
The challenge facing Palestine's footballers is not just confined to the pitch. Over the next few days I will share some of the stories, both heartbreaking and...
Western Sydney Wanderers is steeled for an extremely hostile atmosphere in its ACL match in China on Wednesday night.
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Free movies - on TV & online
Play with your perceptions of Britain in this season of much-loved UK hits, Saturdays at 8.30pm on SBS ONE - or right now at SBS On Demand.
Colin Firth is brilliant as a grieving man, mourning a relationship that sections of 1960s society choose to deny exists.
Watch Helen Mirren in her Oscar-winning role as an old-fashioned monarch in the midst of an existential crisis.
The story of a group of British jihadists who push their abstract dreams of glory to breaking point. An emotionally engaging (and entirely plausible) farce.
From the producers of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, Attack the Block follows a gang of tough inner-city kids who try to defend their turf against an invasion of...
A coming-of-age story about a teenage girl in 1960s suburban London, and how her life changes with the arrival of a playboy nearly twice her age.
Comment & Analysis
Fear not! There’s reason to believe that indulging your impulse to drop an f-bomb in the office is worth it.
Comedian Alice Fraser talks to the unfortunate few who have experienced Cosmo's sex tips in all their horror.
The proportion of people who don't identify with a specific faith is growing. What does this mean for the future of funeral rites?
Today, the pendulum of science defends breakfast skippers. New nutrition studies have been summed up as: "If you like breakfast, fine; but if not, don’t sweat it."
Empathy makes you better at cocktail parties—and at life.
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Love the slow-burning Danish/Swedish crime drama? Get the Series 1-2 DVD Box Set or the Series 1 or 2 DVDs and you could win this stylish Spanish chair!
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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