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Downgrade for global economic growth

The IMF has warned that crises in the Middle East and Ukraine could hamper already weak global economic recovery.
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Australian and Dutch unarmed police have been forced to turn around before reaching the MH17 crash site due to heavy shelling in eastern Ukraine.
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.

SBS World News Radio 25 July

The parents of a Melbourne man wanted in relation to alleged war crimes say they're struggling with the accusations; A new global fund to treat children infected...
A multi-faith service in Melbourne has brought hundreds of people together to mourn the deaths of the victims of flight MH17.
There is no sign of a let-up in fighting in and around the Gaza Strip as international pressure for a ceasefire to end 16 days of fighting builds.  

SBS World News Radio 24 July

The Netherlands in mourning as remains from MH17 arrive from Ukraine; Humanitarian organisations call for restraint in Gaza; All the latest from the Tour De France.
The simmering tensions between Russia and the West over the downing of flight MH17 has brought to the surface memories of unending diplomatic standoffs during the...
For the first time in Indonesia's democratic history the country has a president who is not from the military or political elite.
It's been 100 days since more than 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped in northern Nigeria by Islamist militants.

SBS World News Radio 23 July

Investigators to begin the grim task of identifying victims of the MH17 tragedy; an international aid agency declares Israeli attacks on Gaza a "war on children";...
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