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SBS World News is the news service of the Special Broadcasting Service in Australia. Its flagship nightly bulletin is broadcast at 6.30pm on SBS with additional weeknight 'late' bulletins from 10.30pm on SBS.

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SBS World News bulletin: 19/11/19

Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.
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Australia's first female Olympic swimming coach is still helping kids to swim at 83

Ursula Carlile will enter the International Swimming Hall of Fame next year. Here, she tells SBS News why she’s still playing her part in helping introduce a whole new generation to the sport.
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The Sri Lankan election is creating fear among Australia's Tamil community

The frontrunner in Sri Lanka's presidential race this weekend is a man accused of widespread human rights abuses against the Tamils. Here, Tamils living in limbo in Australia tell SBS News they fear..
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Has #MeToo failed in Australia? It's complicated, says the woman who started it

The founder of the global Me Too movement Tarana Burke is being honoured in Sydney this week during a difficult chapter in its history. Australia’s laws are “debilitating”, she tells SBS News,..
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'Absolute devastation': Saving the koalas on the frontline of NSW's fires

Hundreds of koalas are estimated to have perished in the deadly New South Wales bushfires. SBS News spoke to one woman doing her best to make sure that fate doesn't await more.
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Watch: NSW Rural Fire Service speaking about bushfire danger

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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Watch: The Prime Minister is speaking live in Canberra

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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Why Australia's prison system can be 'terrifying' for people with an intellectual disability

A new website aiming to help people with intellectual disabilities get fairer outcomes in the criminal justice system is about to be launched in Victoria. Here, a former inmate tells SBS News why the..
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Calls for removal of Australian doctor from union leadership after comments about women

Pressure is mounting on Sydney obstetrician Dr Hans Peter Dietz to be removed from the doctors' union leadership committee after comments he made about women in medicine were published by SBS News.
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Australian artists with disability getting more support to unearth their talents

A national arts directory has been rolled out to support Australia's talented artists and performers. Here, SBS News meets some of those working in the field.
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Australian doctor slammed for saying more women make workforce more vulnerable

Exclusive: In emails obtained by SBS News, senior Sydney obstetrician Dr Hans Peter Dietz told doctors the medical industry was “increasingly vulnerable because it’s increasingly female”.
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This mother still doesn't know how her son died on Nauru, a year after she buried him

Kurdish Iranian asylum seeker Fariborz Karami died on Nauru in 2018, but his mother, who is now in Australia, tells SBS News she is still waiting for answers.
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Six months on from the deadly Sri Lanka bombings, this Australian survivor is giving back

A twist of fate meant Haneke Manoharan survived the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka earlier this year without any physical scars. Now, she has set up a charity to help those who weren't as fortunate. "I..
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After surviving a genocide, this Tasmanian couple never forgot those left behind

Twenty-five years on from the Rwandan genocide, which saw hundreds of thousands of people killed, one couple who survived and built a new life in Australia tell SBS News about the importance of helping..
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Filmmaker reveals full extent of 'ecological disaster' from NSW fish kills

Footage released to SBS News shows the dried and decaying bodies of fish on the banks of Lake Pamamaroo near the town of Menindee.
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After her own loss, Kristina Keneally calls for paid leave for parents of stillborn babies

The Labor senator has told SBS News why she is pushing for parents of stillborn babies to have the same rights as other parents.
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Defence industry minister says she wasn't consulted about 'laughable' FOI response

Journalists and politicians expressed their disbelief after a standard Freedom of Information request from SBS News was met with a cost quote of at least $2,515.
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Communities preparing for more devastating mass fish deaths in rural NSW

In the first in a series of reports from communities along the Darling River, SBS News meets those who have been impacted by water mismanagement and drought.
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SBS World News: Live stream

For a full wrap of national news with an international focus, tune into SBS World News.
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Cancer patient Jacqui is one of our 'hidden homeless' - but she's far from alone

Three months ago, Hobart woman Jacqui Stocks told SBS News she became homeless after her cancer diagnosis forced her to stop working. On World Homelessness Day, she is still without a proper place to..
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What it's like to be a New Zealander deported after decades of living in Australia

As the Australian government debates a new character test that would make it easier to kick out immigrants who commit a crime, long-term residents sent back to New Zealand tell SBS News the impact..
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Watch: Parliament House live

Watch here on SBS News for breaking national and international news.
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UN official flags Australian immigration detention concerns ahead of all-access visit

A UN subcommittee will visit a range of Australian detention facilities on an upcoming visit in the "coming months". Here, subcommittee chair Sir Malcolm Evans speaks to SBS News.
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Australian cheesemakers call for government support to change names of their produce

The European Union is seeking to ban Australian producers from using popular cheese names as part of ongoing free trade negotiations. They’re going to need funding support to make the changes, these..
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Australian cheesemakers may be forced to rename feta and gorgonzola

The European Union is seeking to ban Australian producers from using popular cheese names as part of ongoing free trade negotiations. They’re going to need funding support to make the changes, these..
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Indigenous soldiers are being recruited by the Australian Army for their unique skills

In Far North Queensland, Indigenous troops are bringing their traditional ways of working with the land to the front lines. SBS News embeds with the soldiers of 51st Battalion.
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EXCLUSIVE: Melbourne man posing as Australian MP cons displaced Syrians in visa scam

Australian citizen Mounzer Kheder elicited more than $9,500 from a family who fled war-torn Syria and hoped to come to Australia, an SBS News and Arabic24 investigation can reveal.
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Exclusive: Man behind 'Baddest MP' rap video hits back at critics who accused him of flashing white power symbol

Eddie Kocwa has told SBS News those who are attacking him online have made accusations which are ‘complete f**king horses**t.’
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Pastor who quit over LGBTQI+ support says churches can't be exempt from discrimination laws

The release of a draft religious discrimination bill in Australia has renewed focus on potential discrimination claims in the workplace. Here, SBS News speaks to those on different sides of the debate.
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Watch: Tamil family supporters gather to hear Federal Court decision

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Watch: Federal Court to decide on Tamil family protection claim

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