SBS World News Radio: Episodes

<p>Jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste and his Al-Jazerra colleagues will appeal their convictions by an Egyptian court.</p>
<p>Investigators believe severe storms may have played a part in a plane crash over Mali that killed all of the more than 100 people on board.</p>
<p>The federal government is pre-empting a High Court challenge against the government's decision to hold 157 Tamil asylum seekers at sea for almost a month.</p>
<p>The world's fastest snail has been crowned at the 2014 World Snail Racing Championship in eastern England.</p>
<p>The Australian Human Rights Commission says most of the children being held on Christmas Island are ill, weak and depressed.</p>
<p>The Netherlands has taken control of the investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines MH17, apparently shot down in eastern Ukraine last week. </p>
<p>There are calls for greater efforts to protect civilians in the Gaza conflict after shelling killed at least 15 people and wounded hundreds more at a United Nations school serving as a shelter.</p>
<p>Vincenzo Nibali has confirmed his supremacy at this year's Tour de France with his fourth stage victory overnight.</p>
<p>The parents of a Melbourne man wanted in relation to alleged war crimes say they're struggling with the accusations; a new multi-million-dollar global fund to treat children infected with HIV; and, all the latest from the Tour de France.</p>
<p>A multi-faith service in Melbourne has brought hundreds of people together to mourn the deaths of the victims of flight MH17.</p>
<p>The fate of 157 asylum seekers detained on an Australian Customs vessel will be determined by the full bench of the High Court next month.</p>
<p>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.</p>
<p>SBS cycling commentator Alex Hinds is in Saint-Lary Pla d'Adet and spoke with Darren Mara about how stage 17 of the great race played out.</p><p>Rafal Majka has won his second stage of the Tour de France and also extended his lead in the King of the Mountains standings.</p>
<p>A solemn ceremony has greeted the bodies of some of the victims of the MH17 crash after they arrived at Eindhoven Airbase in the Netherlands.</p>
<p>The Netherlands in mourning, as remains from MH17 arrive from Ukraine; humanitarian organisations call for restraint in Gaza, as the death toll climbs; and, all the latest from the Tour De France.</p>
<p>A new group is calling for clarification of what exactly Australians are being asked to support, to recognise Indigenous people in the Constitution.</p>
<p>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 Cold War era.</p>
<p>For the first time in Indonesia's democratic history the country has a president who is not from the military or political elite.</p>
<p>It's been 100 days since more than 200 schoolgirls were kidnapped in northern Nigeria by Islamist militants.</p>
<p>Investigators begin the grim task of identifying victims of the MH17 tragedy; an international aid agency declares Israeli attacks on Gaza a "war on children"; and, Indonesia has a new president.</p>
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