World News Radio's weekend sport round up with Attila Mosonyi
A new group is bringing together Sri Lankan Australians from all ethnic groups, to help an area of Sri Lanka to recover from decades of civil war.
A trial at the International Court of Justice is reviving painful memories of the 1990s wars in the former Yugoslavia.
A symposium in Melbourne has been used to discuss formation of a new anti-Islamic political party backed by Dutch right-wing MP Geert Wilders.
Advocates against forced marriage say more community education is needed about a law banning the practice.
A decision to allow Ukrainian nationals in Australia to have temporary visa extensions has been questioned by other ethnic community groups.
Members of the South Sudanese Australian community say Australia should try to play a role in ending violence in South Sudan.
The head of the PM's Indigenous Advisory Council has advised against planned changes to a key part of the Race Discrimination Act.
The federal government has sought to repeal the part of the Qantas Sale Act which restricts foreign ownership - but so far it's a policy that has refused to take...
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The International Court of Justice in The Hague has begun hearings in mutual claims of genocide brought by neighbours Croatia and Serbia.
The federal government has decided to grant Ukrainian nationals in Australia a temporary visa extension because of the unrest in their homeland.
Frank Bainimarama has stepped down as the Fiji military chief to focus on campaigning ahead of an election later this year.
Legislation to lift restrictions on foreign ownership of Qantas has passed through the House of Representatives.
SBS's Dateline program has put a dent in the secrecy about conditions inside Australia's overseas detention centres.
The governments of Nauru and Papua New Guinea are complaining about media reports surrounding asylum seeker detention centres they host.
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Federal parliament's electoral matters committee is investigating what went wrong with the recount of the 2013 Senate election in Western Australia.
It's been six months since the federal election and Prime Minister Tony Abbott is facing numerous challenges both at home and overseas.
Europe is looking for a way to open mediation with Russia on the crisis in Ukraine.
Russia has announced it's test-fired an intercontinental ballistic missile from a test range near the Caspian Sea to a similar facility in Kazakhstan.
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The United States Secretary of State John Kerry has been meeting with Ukraine's new interim western-backed leadership in Kiev.
Members of the Ukrainian Australian community have protested in Melbourne against Russia's actions in Ukraine.
The first study of asylum seekers living in the community on bridging visas has revealed extreme emotional and financial distress among participants.
The federal government has announced legislative changes it says will make it easier for Australians to adopt children from overseas.
The United Nations Security Council has heard the ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych asked Russia to send its troops to Ukraine to protect civilians.
East Timor has failed to force Australia to return sensitive documents relating to a treaty covering oil and gas reserves worth tens of billions of dollars.
Ukrainian Australians have rejected the Russian president's claims that a deployment of troops to Ukraine's Crimean peninsula was for safety, and say they fear...
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Melbourne's Yarra river has drawn the weird and wonderful, for the annual Birdman Rally.
It could take investigators years to determine what happened to the Boeing 777 flying from Malaysia's capital city of Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
It's an unconventional eating disorder treatment which its Swedish creators believe is more effective than traditional approaches.
Asylum seekers who face imminent removal from Australia have lodged a legal challenge to their deportation, saying a security breach by the Department of...
A report released on International Women's Day has found that the Pacific region has some of the world's highest rates of domestic violence.
The Bureau of Statistics says retail sales rose 1.2 per cent in January, driven by a 2 per cent increase in cafe, restaurants and takeaway food services.