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Ethiopian Prince Asserate says Western democracies have themselves to blame for thousands of African refugees arriving.
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SBS World News Radio 30 July

The latest on the unrest in Ukraine;The high cost of fighting accused war criminals; A campaign to combat 'subtle' racism.

Downgrade for global economic growth

The IMF has warned that crises in the Middle East and Ukraine could hamper already weak global economic recovery.
Australian and Dutch unarmed police have been forced to turn around before reaching the MH17 crash site due to heavy shelling in eastern Ukraine.
Concerns are again being raised about the medical needs of asylum seekers in detention on Christmas Island.
The International Aids Society says children with HIV and AIDS continue to suffer as a result of widespread discrimination.

Push for pokies plebiscite

The 20th anniversary of poker machines in South Australia has brought a renewed a push for tougher steps to curb problem gambling - including calls for a...
UNICEF is calling for increased support from the international community as South Sudan edges towards a full scale famine.
A study by the Australian Institute of Family Studies has found the majority of refugees feel they've been welcomed by Australia.
A new model of Indigenous health care is being presented to Australia's health ministers in Cairns.
Australian governments have spent over $2 million on a Perth man fighting extradition to Croatia over alleged war crimes.
Russia has been ordered to pay billions of dollars in compensation over the expropriation of now defunct oil producer Yukos.

Qantas sticks to flights over Iraq

Qantas is reassuring its passengers that it's still safe to fly over Iraq.

SBS World News Radio 29 July

The struggle to contain Ebola in West Africa; Half a million Australians living with hepatitis; Blueberries - the rising star of Australian horticulture.  

SBS World News Radio 28 July

Concerns for the mental health of asylum seekers; A grief expert on the aftermath of MH17; Weekend sport wrap.

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More than 10 million people are expected to visit Bali this year, but locals say the demands of tourists are increasingly threatening the Indonesian island’s future.
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Prominent writer and atheist Richard Dawkins has caused controversy after tweeting that 'date rape is bad, stranger rape at knifepoint is worse.'
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This week SBS World News is exploring the business of food in Australia, from what we eat and drink to how it's made.
The 2014 Commonwealth Games takes place in Glasgow from 23 July - 3 August 2014.
EXCLUSIVE: Australian governments have spent over $A2 million on an Australian man fighting extradition to Croatia over war crimes allegations.
Britain's Prince Harry has followed his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II into the photobomb craze, giving a group of New Zealand officials a royal surprise.