Treasury Wine Estates, is the subject of takeover offers that locals in South Australia's famed Barossa Valley are watching cautiously. 
On the 19th of August 1989, hundreds of East German citizens holidaying in Hungary rushed across the border into Austria, while the guards turned their backs. 

'One step behind' ebola: ICRC

As the deadly Ebola virus continues to affect parts of West Africa, the Red Cross is calling on Australians to help combat the epidemic.

SBS World News Radio August 22

Australian wine to fall into foreign handsNews and compassion fatigueThe weekend in sport  
Doctors are warning Australia's whole health care system could be undermined if the federal government refuses to compromise over its proposed GP co-payment plan.

SBS World News Radio August 21

The Ebola outbreak in West AfricaUN aid operation in IraqFood insecurity in Australia
Fears have risen of an associated famine in the countries worst-affected by the Ebola crisis. 
Terrrorism experts say new counter-terrorism proposals made by the federal government would need to be carefully implemented.

SBS World News Radio August 20

Iraqi minority at risk of genocide Australia and Indonesia mending tiesMusic and healing in Srebrenica
Experimental drugs are one of the latest strategies being used to try to contain the Ebola outbreak which the World Health Organisation has declared as an...

SBS World News Radio August 19

Julian Assange's plans to leave the Ecuadorian embassyTony Abbott reaches out to multicultural communitiesPlans to get more students into science  

SBS World News Radio August 18

Young Muslims fighting for Australia What do ICAC's findings mean for federal politics?A look back at the weekend in sport 

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Australian trials are underway for a daily drug that's being shown to prevent people from contracting the HIV virus.
Could the last three of five imprisoned Cubans in the US be released in a swap?

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