SBS World News Radio May 26

More details emerge about the Lindt cafe gunman through a coronial inquest; Australia appoints its first anti-terrorism coordinator; Calls for Australia to follow...
Globalisation has put Indigenous languages in a precarious position, but a group of academics and educators are trying to reverse the decline. 
A coronial inquest into last year's siege at a Sydney Lindt cafe has begun.    
After Ireland's historic referendum vote to legalise same-sex marriage, the latest voice to join the public debate on marriage equality in Australia has been the...
One of China's most senior politicians and governor of Guangdong province has signed a memorandum of understanding with the New South Wales Premier, aimed at...
Australia's former ambassador to Indonesia, Greg Moriarty, is to become the nation's first counter-terrorism coordinator. 
Malaysia has found mass graves feared to contain the bodies of Bangladeshis and Rohingyas, who are at the centre of a regional human-trafficking crisis. 
Australian students may soon get lessons at school on how to identify a potential terrorist. 
Prime Minister Tony Abbott insists Australia's national security architecture must constantly evolve to meet the threat from terrorism, amid growing concerns...
A group of community leaders and elders is helping police patrol Mount Druitt, in a bid to limit the number of young people of Samoan background who get...
It's been one month since a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal and claimed over 8,500 lives.
The United Nations has urged governments to address the core reasons for the scale of irregular migration occurring in south-east Asia, repeating the call for...

SBS World News Radio May 25

An inquest into Sydney's Lindt Cafe siege begins; Nepal one month after its devastating quake; Australia's traffic expected to only get worse.

Weekend Sport Wrap

Attila Mosonyi has SBS World News Radio's weekend sport round up.
New technology out of the United States has allowed a paralysed man to smoothly move a prosthetic limb using his thoughts.
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