SBS World News Radio: Australia has dramatically shifted its position towards a resolution to the civil war in Syria.  
SBS World News Radio: Top US officials have exchanged blunt words with the leaders of Mexico, after a meeting in Mexico City that has been described as 'hostile'...
SBS World News Radio: Australia has dramatically shifted its position towards a resolution to the civil war in Syria.  
SBS World News Radio: An Australian Muslim woman says she's entering politics to stand up for the underdog.

World News Radio February 23

A cut to penalty rates for workers in the hospitality, retail and fast food industries. The head of Australia Post Ahmed Fahour to step down in July. Catholic...
SBS World News Radio: Five of Australia's Catholic archbishops have all agreed a "catastrophic failure of leadership" contributed to ongoing abuse by clergy...

Weekend Sport Preview

SBS World News Radio: The First cricket test between Australia and India is already underway, but there's plenty of other sport going on this weekend.   
SBS World News Radio: There's been debate over revelations some Australian schools and universities have let male Muslim students refuse to shake hands with women. 
SBS World News Radio: Labor and the trade union movement are accusing the federal government of failing to stand up for workers, after the Fair Work Commission...
SBS World News Radio: The United States space agency NASA has discovered seven new earth-sized planets in a nearby solar system, and three have the potential to...
SBS World News Radio: Ukraine has touted its strong ties with the US, while warning Russia poses a continuing threat.  
SBS World News Radio: The United Nations says it is not expecting any breakthroughs during the new round of Syrian peace talks starting Thursday night in...
SBS World News Radio: According to federal government figures the number of international students studying in Australia rose by more than 10 per cent last year...
SBS World News Radio: An incident in Lebanon involving France's far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has been characterised as a political strategy...

World News Radio February 22

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's not worried about an inquiry in Israel where anti-fraud investigators are examining allegations he received...
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