SBS World News Radio April 1

Remote communities critical of proposed closures;A hostage crisis in Turkey;Fecal transplantation;
The federal government's plan to deregulate university fees has hit another hurdle with a number of universities apparently withdrawing their support.
A public artwork has been unveiled in Sydney, dedicated to the wartime contributions of Indigenous soldiers.
The government of re-elected New South Wales premier Mike Baird is being urged to deliver on its commitment to the state's migrant and refugee communities.
Australia is being urged to do more for war-affected Syrians as a major United Nations donors conference gets underway in Kuwait. 
Beyond Blue says a new survey suggests Australian teenage boys are engaging in homophobia at an alarming rate.
Is Australia's decision not to send representatives to Yerevan for events marking the centenary of what's known as the Armenian genocide an outright snub of...
Vote counting is continuing in Nigeria's presidential elections.
Leaders from remote Aboriginal communities in South Australia have held an emergency summit to try to stop funding cuts that could force the closure of their...
It's been 20 years since most European border controls disappeared as the Schengen agreement took effect.
The extraordinary service of migrants in the Great War is being honoured as part of Australia's ANZAC centenary commemorations.
Snail farmers say they're struggling to keep up with demand for the delicacy.
An Australian-first police receipt program is being rolled out in parts of Melbourne.
77 Australians from across the country have been honoured with bravery awards.
The small Pacific Island nation of Tonga is trying to encourage its citizens to quit smoking, and it's turning to Australia for help.

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