UNESCO has decided to add 23 sites of Japan's Meiji Industrial Revolution to the World Heritage list.

Weekend Sport Wrap

World News Radio's weekend sport round up with Attila Mosonyi

SBS World News Radio July 6

Early results from Greece suggest its rejected austerity measures in a crucial referendum; Turning disaster into opportunity, Vanuatu rebuilds, three months after...
Australian cycling fans are bracing themselves for three weeks of sleepless nights.  

Debate over Srebrenica resolution

The United Nations Security Council is preparing to vote on a resolution condemning the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.  
BP has agreed to a pay almost $25 billion to settle legal actions brought by the United States government and several Gulf states over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon...
The main body representing ethnic communities is highlighting the unique needs of ageing Australians from non-English speaking backgrounds.   
A group of prominent Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians have put together their personal reflections on the impact of the Northern Territory Intervention.  

SBS World News Radio July 3

Boko Haram militants kill 150 people; Philippines ferry disaster; The weekend in sport.
The UN Security Council is split on the use of the word 'genocide' as it considers a resolution to mark the 1995 Srebrenica massacre in Bosnia. 
Liberal minister Eric Abetz says any frontbenchers within the Liberal Party who want to legalise same-sex marriage should resign their positions and join the...
The self-proclaimed Islamic State has claimed responsibility for an unprecedented, deadly wave of attacks on Egyptian soldiers in the Sinai Peninsula.
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is promising to push ahead with a controversial bailout referendum despite pressure from European leaders.

SBS World News Radio July 2

Greece to go ahead with a referendum;Is Turkey planning military action in Syria? Thousands flock to a Hillsong conference in Sydney.
There are reports Turkey is considering sending troops into neighbouring Syria, to join the fight against the so-called Islamic State.

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