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Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has ambitious plans for economic and social reform in Saudi Arabia. But in the wake of Jamal Khashoggi's murder, questions have been raised over the sincerity and depth of change.
Eating dog meat has been a custom in South Korea for generations, but cultural perceptions are shifting. South Koreans are now lobbying to end the practice and shut down the nation's dog meat farms.
The Greek wildfires of 2018 were a final injustice inflicted on a people already crippled by a decade of severe austerity. SBS heads to the disaster stricken area to pay witness to the suffering.
SBS's Amos Roberts heads to Iowa to gauge the temperature on the upcoming US midterm elections. Billed by the media as a referendum on the Trump administration with talk of a 'Blue Wave' amongst the punditry, few are under any doubts as to the significance of these elections. As a state that went twice to Obama and then to Trump, Iowa is an exemplary case study in the how traditional political ...
To combat repeat crime offences in Brazil, one controversial prison, APAC, has been created with open doors. It teaches rehabilitation and reform to nonviolent offenders, rather than fear and violence.
New Zealand's Maori youth are far more likely to attempt suicide and commit crimes than any other group. In some communities, a return to traditional Maori values is being promoted as the solution.
In rural India, a train decked out as a hospital is providing free healthcare and surgery to the country’s most remote communities. For the surgeons working on board, it's a tough but rewarding challenge.
Eighteen months ago, a historic peace deal was signed in Colombia, ending over half a century of civil war. Now, former FARC guerrillas are returning to society – but the transition isn’t easy.