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Donald Trump hosts a rally in Pennsylvania to mark his 100th day in office, becoming the first incumbent US president to snub the White House Correspondents'...
How have trade, security and diplomacy been shaped for Australia and the Asia Pacific region in the first 100 days of the Donald Trump presidency?
A war of words has erupted between the Prime Minister and the Queensland premier after Annastacia Palaszczuk described Mr Turnbull as a shallow thinker.
Military drills involving 20,000 South Korean and 10,000 United States troops end amid ongoing tensions over North Korea's nuclear program.
Police are investigating disturbing video footage which is believed to show the Australian-born terrorist Khaled Sharrouf quizzing his young son about how to kill...
An Indian-British filmmaker is hoping to stir debate with a new film exploring the events surrounding the partitioning of India.
In one of the most remote communities in Australia, young filmmakers are sharing their stories and the world is watching.

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A US drone strike targets a car in the central Marib province that was transporting arms from Yakla in Baida province.
An inquiry into the distribution of GST to states and territories has been ordered by Treasurer Scott Morrison but it isn't being welcomed by all state leaders.
Authorities in Turkey sack almost 4,000 public officials and ban TV dating shows a day after access to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia was blocked.
Police detained more than 100 activists in Saint Petersburg on Saturday as hundreds of Russian opposition supporters turned out to protest against President...
The 27 EU leaders in Brussels have finalised the cornerstones of their negotiating stance on Brexit and are bent on Britain paying the divorce bill.
Research shows four million Australians are at risk of heart attack because of high or untreated blood pressure, and city dwellers are the worse culprits.
An explosive device has killed a US service member near the Iraqi city of Mosul.

Europe Elections

Spotlight on the 2017 'Super Elections' 

President Francois Hollande has urged French voters to back centrist Emmanuel Macron over far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen.
French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron's campaign has banished Russia Today and Sputnik, denying them accreditation after the candidate's team said the...
Far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen delivered a ferocious attack Thursday on her globalist rival Emmanuel Macron, saying voters faced a choice "for or...
French presidential frontrunner Emmanuel Macron vowed Wednesday not to 'yield a centimetre' to Marine Le Pen after being booed and heckled with chants backing his...
French voters did exactly what they were expected to do - to the relief of French pollsters who helped redeem a profession still smarting over getting Brexit and...
France's far-right presidential candidate has announced she will temporarily step down as the party's leader.
Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen, who go head-to-head in the second round of France's presidential election on May 7, are...

In Focus: Australia's First People

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For 50,000 years, Australias First Peoples have traveled long distances using star maps in the night sky.   
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How much do we actually know about the concept and history of this sociological term, which is rapidly gaining popularity?
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Walk with us on SBS sheds the lights on Aboriginal culture.

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A repatriation ceremony has been held at the Australian Embassy in Berlin to respectfully acknowledge the unconditional return of three Indigenous ancestral remains.
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The World Federation of Public Health Associations is running a public health photo competition to celebrate its 50th birthday. Here is a short list of the best images.
More than two dozen photographs of the Pentagon taken on September 11, 2001, have reappeared on the FBI's website.

Photos: Lismore flooding

Images show rising floodwaters in Lismore today as the town's levy has breached and risks cracking.
Traditional South Sudanese wrestling is getting an Aussie makeover. Those involved say it’s a good way to put young South-Sudanese Australians in touch with their community and culture.

In pictures: Londoners stand together after Westminster Attack

Hundreds of people paid tribute to victims of the Westminster attack outside British parliament which left four people dead and many more injured.

In pictures: London attack

An attacker drove a car into people on Westminster Bridge before crashing into a fence outside parliament and wielding a knife.
From live TV errors to political protests, the 89th Academy Awards was more than just the glitz.
A behind-the-scenes look at Insight's recent trip to the Latrobe Valley, speaking and filming with communities affected by the closure of Hazelwood Power Station and Mine.