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Freelance journalist Iona Craig talks about the day more than 50 people were killed in Change Square in Yemen's capital of Sana'a on March 18, 2011.
Ecuador has accused the British government of threatening to storm their embassy to arrest Julian Assange. Ecuador's Ambassador to Australia, Raul Gangotena, speaks to SBS News.
Dr Peta Stephenson has interviewed dozens of Indigenous Muslims as research for her book ‘Islam Dreaming’, and says numbers of those converting are on the rise. She speaks to Rhiannon Elston.
To mark NAIDOC Week, the last surviving founder of the Aboriginal Tent Embassy talks to SBS about what's changed in the 40 years since its foundation.
Leslie Hughes, co-author of the report The Critical Decade: NSW Impacts and Opportunities, discusses the findings.
Deloitte partners found that the government would have to find up to $6 billion in cuts to achieve its surplus - but is now really the time for a surplus?
Economist Stephen Koukoulas - a former adviser to the government - argues the case for an early return to surplus.