World News Radio August 26

Powerful aftershocks in Umbria as the rescue effort continues;A preview of tomorrow's Northern Territory election;Weekend sport preview. 
(SBS World News Radio:) Fresh off winning their first World Series, then an Olympic gold medal, Australia's women's Rugby Sevens team will play in an expanded,...
SBS World News Radio: A United Nations investigation has concluded both the Syrian government and the self-proclaimed Islamic State have used chemical weapons in...
SBS World News Radio: A series of aftershocks has hampered rescue efforts in central Italy as the death toll from this week's earthquake passes 250.
SBS World News Radio: Syrian rebels, backed by the Turkish military and US air cover, say they have taken the Syrian town of Jarablus from IS fighters.

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SBS World News Radio: Fast-approaching football finals are taking centre stage on the local sporting scene now the Rio Olympics are over - and then there's the...
SBS World News Radio: Members of Australia's Chinese community have clashed over planned concerts in Australia to celebrate China's late communist leader known as...

World News Radio August 25

The latest on the earthquake rescue effort from Nastasya Tay in Amatrice;Political fighting continues over the alleged NBN leaks;Protests over planned concerts...
(SBS World News Radio:) A major report on social cohesion has found many people arriving on Independent Skill visas struggle to find work, and nearly half...
(SBS World News Radio:) A major survey into the experiences of Australian-born and immigrant Australians shows the country's Muslim communities feel a substantial...
(SBS World News Radio:) Ethnic- and religious-community representatives say a social-cohesion survey revealing deep concern about discrimination in some...
Rescue teams were working through the night to try to find survivors under the rubble that remained of central Italian towns flattened by an earthquake that hit...
SBS World News Radio: The United States has promised to cooperate with Turkey in its bid to extradite the Muslim cleric Turkey suspects helped engineer last...
SBS World News Radio: Police raid Department of Parliamentary Services over NBN 
SBS World News Radio: Solomon Islands are preparing to rearm their police for the first time in 13 years as the Australian-led peacekeeping mission in the country...
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