SBS World News Radio Sept 2

The migrants crisis continues in in Europe; The Pope pardons women who have had abortions; China gearing up for World War 2 commemorations; 
The Victorian government has signalled its support for the introduction of protest-free zones around abortion and fertility clinics in the state.
A new treatment for children diagnosed with cancer is offering fresh hope.
The leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics has announced he will temporarily allow all priests to pardon women who have had abortions and the doctors who...
There have been tense scenes in Hungary's capital Budapest as hundreds of asylum seekers remain stranded outside a major railway station.
Fire authorities have used the first day of Spring to warn of a severe bushfire season ahead, due to continued low rainfall in many areas and a strong El Nino...
A Senate Inquiry is calling for all children to be removed from Nauru's immigration detention centre.

SBS World News Radio Sept 1

Austria steps up migrant checks on its border with Hungary; Calls for children to be removed from Nauru's immigration detention centre; An elite female league for...
The Australian Football League says the timing for an elite league of women has never been better.
Violent clashes have broken out in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, leaving at least one person dead and several others wounded.
Austria has stepped up migrant checks on its border with Hungary as part of a wider crackdown in the country following the gruesome discovery of 71 dead migrants...
The Federal Government has defended its refugee-resettlement agreement with Cambodia, saying it is still on track.

SBS World News Radio August 31

Dyson Haydon to continue as the head of the Royal Commission; The Government defends its resettlement agreement with Cambodia; Dr Jamal Rifi named Australian...
There are growing calls to cull a population of long-nosed fur seals wreaking havoc in South Australia.
Tens of thousands of people have surrounded Japan's parliament building, demanding the prime minister rescind controversial bills which could send troops into...

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