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Sahil Akhter was raised alongside trained elephants, horses and camels under one of Delhi’s most trafficked bridges. He lost his father to an accident involving one of...
Noel Pearson is seen by many as Australia’s most influential Indigenous leader. As well as being chairman of the Cape York Group, he is an outspoken commentator...
One of Sydney's daily newspapers risks being out-of-touch with a vibrant, multicultural community that deserves better.
BARCELONA, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Controversial striker Luis Suarez said he was "very depressed" after the World Cup biting incident that led to the Uruguay...
Good morning and welcome to the SBS News Morning Wrap. Here's a look at the top stories that caught our eye this Wednesday, August 20, 2014.
How does a Nigerian-born punk with a childhood in the Middle East and a father in MI6 grow up to be in charge of Australia’s childcare policies, and how has the...
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Cronulla Riots - The Day That Shocked The Nation
Go beyond the headlines with SBS’s interactive experience: watch the documentary, explore the themes and delve deeper into the riots.
Tensions are at boiling point in the US city of Ferguson, Missouri after a young black teenager was killed in a police shooting.
Australia has a long history of immigrant entrepreneurs, but it’s the modern business owners in the spotlight as part of a new art exhibition in Bankstown.
Thousands of Catholic worshippers take part in an open-air mass at Gwanghwamun Square conducted by Pope Francis in central Seoul.
One of Hollywood's leading ladies, actress Lauren Bacall, has died aged 89. We take a look back at her incredible life and career.
Thousands of terrified people, mostly from minorities that have been persecuted by the jihadists, have been displaced by militants in Iraq.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has celebrated his election as president with tens of thousands of supporters in Ankara.
The homeless population of Katherine – the "long grassers" – make up 15 per cent of the town, the highest homelessness rate in the country. But they're an inherent part of contemporary life in Katherine rarely appreciated.
From showing support for missing Nigerian school girls to advocating for animal rights and same sex marriage, celebrities spruiking messages for the press is becoming a major trend.