SBS World News Radio

  • SBS World News on SBS Radio is a news and current affairs program with a focus on multicultural and indigenous issues. Drawing on the unique talents of SBS’ multilingual and multicultural workforce, SBS World News Radio covers national and international events and issues through a diverse range of voices and perspectives.

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New bid to end Syrian conflict

Senior United Nations officials have outlined a new strategy to try to end the conflict in Syria.

  • Upload31 Jul 2015

  • Duration04 Minutes

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Warning of wildlife poaching funds going to terrorists

The UN has issued a call for more international action to tackle the international trade in endangered species parts.

  • Uploaded31 Jul 2015

  • Duration04 Minutes

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India set to become world's most populous country

India is set to overtake China as the world's most populous country in less than a decade.

  • Uploaded31 Jul 2015

  • Duration03 Minutes

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Learning their mother's tongue

The Zimbabwean Language School in Perth's south east is helping students catch up with their ancestral languages.


  • Uploaded31 Jul 2015

  • Duration03 Minutes

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SBS World News Radio July 31

Chinese tourists spending big in Australia:

A college dedicated to indigenous women;

Forty years of SBS Radio;

  • Uploaded31 Jul 2015

  • Duration51 Minutes

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