SBS World News Radio: There are growing fears for the safety of civilians in Fallujah as Iraqi forces close in on IS strongholds in the central Iraqi city.
SBS World News Radio: A pay increase for Australia's lowest paid workers 
SBS World News Radio: Dami Im returns home after Eurovision success.
SBS World News Radio: Day 23 of the election campaign sees the Prime Minister pledge money for childhood cancer research while Labor promises funds for tourism...

World News Radio May 31

Australia's lowest paid workers get a 2.4 % pay increase;Notorious African dictator, Hissene Habre sentenced to life in jail for his atrocities;Dami Im performs...
SBS World News Radio: The Iraqi army has launched a major assault on the central city of Fallujah to recapture it from the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
SBS World News Radio: One of Africa's most notorious dictators has been sentenced to life in jail for his atrocities, in a landmark trial in neighbouring Senegal.
SBS World News Radio: Labor has pledged half-a-billion dollars to protect the Great Barrier Reef from threats, including climate change, if it's elected to...

World News Radio May 30

An Australian fighting against Islamic State in Syria reported dead;Hundreds die trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea;A profile of rugby union great, Mark Ella.   
SBS World News Radio: The leaders of France and Germany have marked the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Verdun, in north-eastern France, with calls for...
SBS World News Radio: Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten have gone head-to-head in the first official leaders' debate of the...
SBS World News Radio: The United Nations refugee agency fears at least 700 people have drowned over the past few days in a series of shipwrecks off the Libyan coast.

Weekend sport wrap

SBS World News Radio: They call it the world game, and this past weekend it was a case of football, football everywhere.
SBS World News Radio: Police have condemned violent protests in Melbourne's north, which resulted in several arrests.

SBS World News Radio May 27

Barack Obama launches an attack on Donald Trump; Week three of the election campaign comes to a close; The weekend ahead in sport; 
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