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.
Australia is offering $2 million to encourage creative solutions to natural disaster challenges faced by Pacific communities.
40 former and current employees of Australia's immigration detention system have written an open letter to the federal government, vowing to continue advocating...
Australia's Kurdish community has promised to bring home the body of a man from Queensland's Gold Coast reportedly killed in Syria while fighting against the self...
A new national security agency combining Customs and Immigration is overseeing Australia's borders from today.
There are positive signs of success for moves to improve low rates of breast cancer screening for Australian women from Indian and Sri Lankan backgrounds.
Leaving country for the first time and trying to make it in the big leagues can be a daunting prospect for young Indigenous AFL rookies.
A group of business, industry and welfare bodies is calling for more determined action by the Australian government to counter climate change.  
Victorians are being assured there will be a thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding a violent prison riot that ended early this morning.
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