VIDEO: Minority Languages Threatened As Economies Grow

A new study published Wednesday found that up to 25 percent of the world’s languages are endangered due to growing economies and globalization.




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VIDEO: Putin Wants ‘Statehood’ Talks In Eastern Ukraine

Russian troop presence in Ukraine has violated a 1994 treaty between the two nations.




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VIDEO: Critics Pan Wired’s Extensive Snowden Interview

Several writers criticized Wired’s cover image, which shows Edward Snowden draped in an American flag, as well as the so-called “softball interview.”




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VIDEO: International Response To Ebola: Travel Bans, Funding

As the number of victims from the Ebola virus rises international governments and individuals alike are sorting out how to deal with the deadly virus.




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VIDEO: Helicopters Drop Water as Sweden Forest Fire Rages

Firefighters in central Sweden were fighting to extinguish a wildfire on Tuesday that has killed at least one person. Footage from a local broadcaster shows helicopters dropping water onto the fire in Vastmanland province. Photo/Video: AP




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VIDEO: Poland Reacts To Russian Embargo With Apple Selfies

A produce ban by Russia has spurred an “apple selfie” social media campaign amongst Poles who view the embargo as retaliation to E.U. sanctions.




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VIDEO: What’s To Blame For Worst Ebola Outbreak In History?

A U.S. doctor has tested positive for the deadly Ebola virus, as the worst-ever outbreak continues to grow.




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VIDEO: How Will U.S. Respond To Malaysian Airlines Flight Disaster?

U.S. officials are weighing their options on how to move forward in the aftermath of the Malaysian Airlines flight that went down in Ukraine.




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