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World News Radio April 27

Julie Bishop criticises North Korea for what she calls provocative and belligerent behaviour. Refugees finding their feet in Australia with jobs in the...
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World News Radio April 26

Compensation for a 9 year old asylum seeker left with post traumatic stress order after being detained at Christmas Island. The first 100 days of the Donald Trump...
SBS World News Radio: Tensions are escalating between all parties over North Korea, with the United States revealing its controversial missile blocking system...
SBS World News Radio: The ongoing feud between Hungary and the EU has deepened, with the European Commission launching legal action against Hungary over a new...
SBS World News Radio: What impact has the first 100 days of the Trump presidency had on the Asia-Pacific region?
SBS World News Radio: Unless China stops smoking, 200 million people will die of tobacco-related illnesses this century.
SBS World News Radio: Housing analysts have offered conflicting plans for how to tackle the country's housing affordability crisis.
SBS World News Radio: Europe's top human rights body has voted to put Turkey on a watchlist due to concerns over its governance.
SBS World News Radio: The UN has raised AU$1.5 billion in pledges for Yemen at a high-level donor event in Geneva in a bid to avert famine in the country.
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