World News Radio March 24

Islamic leaders condemn Pauline Hanson who has likened Islam to a disease. Europe correspondent Brett Mason with the latest on the investigation into the...

Weekend sport preview

SBS World News Radio: Cricket, Formula One motor racing, the AFL and A-League headline this weekend in sport.
SBS World News Radio: Daniel Ricciardo, who is hoping to become the first Australian to win a world motor racing title in over 30 years, reflects on how his...
SBS World News Radio: The Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria is calling for ethnic communities to rise up against proposed changes to Section 18C of Australia...
SBS World News Radio: British police have named a British-born man as the person behind yesterday's deadly Westminster attack in London.  
SBS World News Radio: Clashes have flared up again between rebels and government units in Syria's Hama province and parts of central Damascus ahead of peace talks...
British police on Thursday identified the man who killed four people in a rampage outside parliament as 52-year-old Khalid Masood, who had a string of prior...
SBS World News Radio: The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has promised to defeat and destroy terrorists in Australia, as security is stepped up at Parliament...

World News Radio March 23

Three arrests in the city of Birmingham as police in the UK continue their investigation into the attack at Westminister. Australia's political leaders say there...
SBS World News Radio: Australia's superannuation system will experience one of its biggest changes in the new financial year, leaving investors with only months...
SBS World News Radio: The United States has used an international summit in Washington to call for countries to contribute more to the fight against the self...
SBS World News Radio: Representatives of five sports have come together through the Australian Red Cross in a bid to engage recent migrants and asylum seekers...
SBS World News Radio: Australian and other international leaders have reacted strongly after the attack near London's Westminster Palace that left at least five...
SBS World News Radio: At least 40 people were injured and five are dead in London after a car crashed into pedestrians near the British parliament in what police...

World News Radio March 22

Labor insists welfare reforms are not needed for the government to fund childcare. Francisco Guterres poised to become the new president of Timor-Leste. Chinese...
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