World View (SBS)
SBS World News Radio May 405/03/15
Unrest continues in Afghanistan; Moves to recruit more indigenous doctors; Should photographers be encouraged to document mothers giving birth;()
weekend Sport Wrap
World News Radio's weekend sport round up with Attila Mosonyi()
Quake aid appeal from Nepalese cricket captain
Nepal's cricket captain has appealed for aid money to get to the most needy, following his country's earthquake disaster. ()
Birth photography emerging as controversial art form
Birth photography has become established as a profession - and it's polarising opinions.()
ICRC 'concerned' over rising civilian casualties in...
The International Committee of the Red Cross has expressed concern over the growing number of civilian casualties in the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan. ()
France investigates peacekeeper child abuse claims in...
France is investigating claims its peacekeepers sexually abused children in the Central African Republic.()
NSW Indigenous communities march after teenager death
Members of the New South Wales Murrawari Aboriginal community have joined a protest against drugs and domestic violence after the death of a teenage woman in a suspected domestic violence incident.()
Alleged domestic violence death sparks protest in NSW...
A protest has been held in response to the alleged domestic violence murder of an 18-year-old woman in the New South Wales community of Brewarrina.()
Poverty and disadvantage 'key triggers' for Indigenous...
The Human Rights Law Centre has joined with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander groups to come up with a blueprint to address, what they call, the rapidly increasing over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples caught up ...()
Academy of Science lays out climate-change health issues
A report by the Australian Academy of Science says vulnerable people in the community will be hit hardest by health problems arising from climate change. ()
Mayweather-Pacquiao to meet in 'boxing's biggest fight'
Arguably the biggest fight in boxing history will dominate the sporting landscape this weekend.()
Accommodation for low-income earners a 'crisis'
A new report from the charity group Anglicare shows few affordable accommodation options are available for low-income earners in Australia.()
Forty years after the fall of Saigon
Forty years ago the tanks of communist North Vietnam rolled into the capital of South Vietnam, Saigon.()
Survivor rescues bring much-needed hope to Nepal
Stories of survival are providing much needed hope after the devastation caused by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal last week. ()
Police report reveals 'previously unknown' details in...
Police in the US city of Baltimore say they've handed the results of an investigation into the death in custody of a black man to a state prosecutor.()
SBS World News Radio May 1
A promise to continue the work of executed Australians in Bali; Bad weather hampering rescue efforts in Nepal; A preview of the weekend in sport;()
'Reports of swine flu outbreak create concern' in Nepal...
A Sydney man in Kathmandu when the Nepal quake hit, says reports of an outbreak of swine flu have panicked those sleeping rough.()
Heavy fallout from executions in Indonesia
The bodies of executed Australians Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran are expected to be returned from Indonesia to Australia within the next two days.()
'New restrictions imposed' on refugees on Manus Island
A refugee advocacy group says Australian immigration authorities are removing refugees' basic rights on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island to make them leave detention.()
Japan's PM makes historic address to US Congress
Shinzo Abe has become the first Japanese prime minister to address a joint meeting of the United States Congress.()
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