SBS News In Depth

Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.

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Football supporters caught up in deadly stampede


At least 129 died and almost 200 were injured in what appears to be one of the world's worst stadium disasters.


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'I'm not the person I was': Long COVID patients call for coordinated health strategy


Experts and sufferers want to ensure there are enough support services available for the half a million Australians believed to be affected by Long COVID.


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'You're hoping maybe they're OK, maybe, but I knew they were gone, I knew'


It's been 20 years since the Bali Bombings which killed 202 people, including 88 Australians. It remains the largest loss of Australian life in a single terror event


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Elder abuse campaign launched to make perpetrators think twice


New figures show one in six elderly Australians have experienced abuse over the past year with the COVID 19 pandemic worsening the problem.


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Indigenous artefacts back in Tasmania


An exhibition has opened in Hobart that has seen dozens of Aboriginal artefacts return to Tasmania on a time limited loan of about two years.


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Hazara community mourns after Kabul blast


About 20 people have been killed and dozens wounded in a suicide blast at a Kabul tutoring centre on Friday.


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Russia's leader proclaims annexation of Ukraine regions, but West rejects


Russia's President Vladimir Putin has announced the annexation of four Ukrainian regions, amid condemnation from the West.


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Hollywood apologises for its treatment of Indigenous peoples


It's nearly fifty years since the Native American actress, Sacheen Littlefeather, was booed at the Academy Awards for protesting about Hollywood's portrayal of Indigenous people. Now she has been the guest of honour at an Academy event, celebrating the work of Native American artists and reflecting on the industry’s past.


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Small businesses at risk as costs soar


Tough economic conditions, including higher petrol prices, are increasing financial pressure on many of Australia’s 2.3 million small businesses – and some are struggling to survive


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Why better language about Autism can improve lives


New paper shows changing language about Autism doesn't just empower Autistic individuals but changes perceptions of the whole community


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