SBS World News Radio: It has been revealed that former federal assistant minister Wyatt Roy has travelled to an Iraqi conflict zone near the border with Syria.   
SBS World News Radio: Russia says it is ready to work with the United States on solutions in the Syrian war and will soon send representatives for talks with...
SBS World News Radio: The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has come under criticism for allegedly using the South Australian storm and power outage as an excuse to...
SBS World News Radio: United States president Barack Obama says Congress's vote to override his veto of a bill that would let relatives of 9/11 victims sue Saudi...

South Australia hit by blackout

SBS World News Radio: Authorities have been working to restore power after the entire state of South Australia was blacked out by a storm. 

World News Radio 28 September

Former Israeli president Shimon Peres dies in hospital; The government accused of planning funding cuts for private schools; The birth of the first baby derived...
SBS World News Radio: A new report has found Indigenous Australians face a substantially higher burden of disease than their non-Indigenous counterparts.
SBS World News Radio: The International Criminal Court has sentenced a former militant in the West African country of Mali to nine years in prison for the...
SBS World News Radio: The United Nations health agency says medical facilities in eastern Aleppo, what was Syria's largest city, are on the verge of complete...
SBS World News Radio: Scientists say the first baby has been born using a technique that combines DNA from three people.
SBS World News Radio: The perennial issue of funding for Australia's independent schools is back in the headlines again.
SBS World News Radio: Former Israeli prime minister and president Shimon Peres has died in hospital after suffering a recent stroke.
SBS World News Radio: Australia has lost its fight against compulsory conciliation to resolve its lengthy maritime border dispute with Timor-Leste.

SBS Word News Radio 27 September

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump come face to face in the first of three presidential debates; Colombia signs a peace deal to end its civil war; The story of a...
SBS World News Radio: Researchers are calling for a major overhaul in the ways Australia tackles its growing bushfire risk - they want a greater focus on...
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