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World News Radio November 2811/27/14
Tributes for cricketer Phillip Hughes, who's died after suffering a head injury playing the game he loved; Victoria gears up for elections ... what does it hold for the state's multicultural community?; The Immigration Minister gets new powers ove...
World News Radio November 27
Calls for an abuse inquiry covering all of the Defence force; The battle heats up over Super Trawlers; Depression's toll on 350 million people.
Call for royal commission into ADFA abuse allegations
A long-awaited report has recommended a royal commission into sexual abuse allegations at ADFA in Canberra.
International pressure increasing to end child marriage
Child rights groups says up to 10 million girls around the world are forced into marriage before their 18th birthday every year.
Attack on Perth mosque condemned
The Imam of a Perth mosque has condemned an attack on the building.
Celebrities launch musical campaign to release children from detention
Dozens of high profile Australians have lent their voices to a campaign aimed at helping free children from immigration detention centres.
'Third of Australian companies' without women in key management jobs
A new report has found that a third of companies in Australia have no women in key management jobs.
DRC urged to end impunity over sexual violence against women
A new report is calling for an end to impunity over rape and sexual violence against women in the DRC.
Opposition to Government's proposed Citizenship changes
Passage of the proposed changes to the 2007 Australian Citizenship Act didn't proceed as smoothly as the government would have liked.
Ferguson police officer defends shooting to kill
The police officer at the centre of violent race-based unrest in the United States has spoken publicly for the first time.
Call for reshuffle follows Defence Minister's outburst
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is being urged to remove Defence Minister David Johnston from his portfolio.
"Elderly and haggard": EU invites papal view
The Pope has strongly criticised European institutions, calling them aloof and insensitive.
Alert over plague outbreak in Madagascar
A leading international expert on infectious diseases believes the presence of bubonic plague in Madagascar won't reach the proportions of Ebola in parts of west Africa.
Eradicating polio in conflict zones 'a challenge'
Health experts say challenges remain in eradicating polio in international conflict zones, despite impressive gains seen in parts of Africa.
Should the contraceptive pill be available without prescription?
The Therapeutic Goods Administration is receiving submissions on a proposal to offer oral contraceptives for women without a prescription.
Perth men dream of life on Mars
SBS Perth correspondent Ryan Emery meets two men who are hoping to be chosen for an international relocation project to Mars.
Call for reappointment of national security legislation monitor
A specialist in counter-terrorism is backing calls for the reappointment of a watchdog to monitor the impact of new national security laws.
How did women affect the reshaping of post-Napoleonic Europe?
Two hundred years ago Europe's mostly male rulers put on their wigs and jewels, climbed into carriages and headed for Vienna.
World News Radio November 26
Calls for greater police accountability in the USA after the Ferguson riots; Madagascar mobilises to contain a deadly bubonic plague; Cricket's push into multicultural Australia.
Iran nuclear deadline extended - yet again
Talks in Vienna on ending the international stand-off over Iran's nuclear program have failed to meet their deadline.
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