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YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded NATO Leaders Set to Gather on Russia, Middle East.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  NATO Leaders Set to Gather on Russia, Middle East Published on Sep 2, 2014 The leaders of the 28 NATO countries will gather for the first time in two years starting Thursday in Wales, in western Britain, with an agenda very different from the one they had for their last summit. VOA's Al Pessin reports from London. Originally published at -   http://www.voanews.com/media/video/na...

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Internet, Technology Offer New Tools for Journalists - September 1, 2014-.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Internet, Technology Offer New Tools for Journalists Internet, Technology Offer New Tools for Journalists VOAvideo The Internet and rapidly evolving technology is quickly changing how people receive news and how journalists deliver it. There are now more ways to tell a story than ever before. One school in Los Angeles is teaching the next generation of journalists with the help of a state-of-the-art newsroom. Elizabeth Lee has this report. Originally published at -  http://www.voanews.com/media/ video/2434798.html

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Iran Looks to Maintain Influence in Baghdad With New Shia PM. -August 18, 2014-.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Iran Looks to Maintain Influence in Baghdad With New Shia PM Iran Looks to Maintain Influence in Baghdad With New Shia PM VOAvideo Washington and Tehran share the goal of stopping Syrian-based militants in Iraq. But experts say it's Iran, not the United States, that will most influence how the new government in Baghdad approaches internal reforms and the war in Syria. VOA State Department Correspondent Scott Stearns has the story. Originally published at -  http://www.voanews.com/media/ video/iran-influence-iraq- shia-prime-minister/2417872. html

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Kerry: Law, Not Coercion, Key to South China Sea Disputes -August 14, 2014-.

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VOAvideo has uploaded Kerry: Law, Not Coercion, Key to South China Sea Disputes Kerry: Law, Not Coercion, Key to South China Sea Disputes VOAvideo U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says resolving competing territorial claims in the South China Sea is about respecting international law and not about rival claimants trying to intimidate each other. VOA State Department correspondent Scott Stearns reports that Kerry spoke in Hawaii at the end of a week-long trip to Asia. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/media/ video/2413000.html

YouTube | VOAvideo July 21, 2014: US Awards Medal of Honor for Heroics in Bloodiest of Afghan Battles

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  US Awards Medal of Honor for Heroics in Bloodiest of Afghan Battles US Awards Medal of Honor for Heroics in Bloodiest of Afghan Battles VOAvideo U.S. combat troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan, on pace to leave the country by the end of this year. But  on Monday , U.S. President Barack Obama took time to honor a soldier whose actions while under fire in Afghanistan earned him the Medal of Honor. VOA's Jeff Seldin has more from the Pentagon.

YouTube | VOAvideo - July 21, 2014: Relic of Saint Draws Catholics Worried About Immigration Issue.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Relic of Saint Draws Catholics Worried About Immigration Issue Relic of Saint Draws Catholics Worried About Immigration Issue VOAvideo A Roman Catholic saint who is a figure of devotion for those crossing the border into the United States is attracting believers concerned about the plight of undocumented immigrants. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Los Angeles, where a relic of Saint Toribio has drawn thousands to local churches.

YouTube | VOAvideo - July 3, 2014: Egyptians Observe Ramadan with Prayer, Politics.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Egyptians Observe Ramadan with Prayer, Politics Egyptians Observe Ramadan with Prayer, Politics VOAvideo One year after the ouster of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, Egyptians are celebrating a much calmer Ramadan. But politics, both local and regional, still weigh heavy on many people's minds. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott has more from Cairo.

YouTube | VOAvideo Solar Power Makes Gains in US.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Solar Power Makes Gains in US Solar Power Makes Gains in US VOAvideo Two universities in Washington, D.C., plan to soon start buying half of their electricity from solar-power farms 400 kilometers away. The schools expect the project will save millions of dollars during the next couple of decades and make the universities more attractive to environmentally-conscious students. Experts told VOA's Jim Randle the project shows how this once-exotic power source is becoming a routine part of business.

YouTube | VOAvideo - July 2, 2014: Rare Documents Commemorate Fourth of July

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Rare Documents Commemorate Fourth of July Rare Documents Commemorate Fourth of July VOAvideo July 4  is the day the American Colonies in 1776 adopted the Declaration of Independence, formally announcing their separation from Great Britain. A rare copy of the Declaration, written by hand by Thomas Jefferson, is on display in New York's main public library. Nearby at another library is one of the very few original copies of the national anthem, "The Star Spangled Banner." VOA's Bernard Shusman reports from New York.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded With EU Trade Agreement, Ukraine 'Open for Business'.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  With EU Trade Agreement, Ukraine 'Open for Business' With EU Trade Agreement, Ukraine 'Open for Business' VOAvideo Just days after Ukraine signed an association agreement with the European Union, Ukrainian businesses held an exhibition of their products to show the country, and the rest of Europe, that Ukraine is open for business. Anita Powell visited the trade fair in Kyiv and filed this report for VOA.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Safety Board Cites Flight Crew, Automated Systems in Asiana Crash.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Safety Board Cites Flight Crew, Automated Systems in Asiana Crash Safety Board Cites Flight Crew, Automated Systems in Asiana Crash VOAvideo The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) says the Asiana Airlines plane that crashed last year was flying too low and too slowly for a landing in San Francisco. Three people were killed and nearly 200 injured in the crash of Asiana Flight 214. The U.S. agency released the cause of the crash during a meeting  on Tuesday . VOA's Carolyn Presutti, who first reported that pilot inexperience and error contributed to the crash, was at the meeting and has the latest.

US Forces Seize Alleged Ringleader of 2012 Benghazi Attack: YouTube | VOAvideo -June 17, 2014-.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  US Forces Seize Alleged Ringleader of 2012 Benghazi Attack US Forces Seize Alleged Ringleader of 2012 Benghazi Attack VOAvideo The suspected ringleader of the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya is headed to the U.S. to face justice. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports from the Pentagon.

US Forces Seize Alleged Ringleader of 2012 Benghazi Attack: YouTube | VOAvideo -June 17, 2014-.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  US Forces Seize Alleged Ringleader of 2012 Benghazi Attack US Forces Seize Alleged Ringleader of 2012 Benghazi Attack VOAvideo The suspected ringleader of the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya is headed to the U.S. to face justice. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports from the Pentagon.

ISIS Takeover in Mosul Displaces Thousands: :YouTube | VOAvideo June 11, 2014.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  ISIS Takeover in Mosul Displaces Thousands ISIS Takeover in Mosul Displaces Thousands VOAvideo The extremist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) seized control of the western half of Mosul, Iraq's second largest city on June 6. Three days later, Iraqi security forces retreated, leaving the entire city in the hands of the jihadis. According to the U.N., up to half a million people have fled the city, raising concerns over a new humanitarian crisis. Sebastian Meyer reports from northern Iraq.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Ukraine Tries to Unite Local Militias to Fight Rebellion -28 minutes ago-.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Ukraine Tries to Unite Local Militias to Fight Rebellion . Ukraine Tries to Unite Local Militias to Fight Rebellion VOAvideo

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Syrians Vote With Little Contest Expected for Assad -June 3, 2014-.

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VOAvideo  has uploaded  Syrians Vote With Little Contest Expected for Assad Cambodian Villagers Express Helplessness to Protect Prey Lang Forest VOAvideo Villagers in Cambodia's Prey Lang forest say illegal logging has been on the rise in their area, but they are powerless to prevent the deforestation that threatens their way of life. VOA's Say Mony visited the remote region and has this report narrated by Colin Lovett.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Health Concerns Push Sedentary Office Workers to Their Feet.

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VOAvideo has uploaded Health Concerns Push Sedentary Office Workers to Their Feet Health Concerns Push Sedentary Office Workers to Their Feet VOAvideo We spend far too much time each day sitting. Whether it's on the couch watching TV, at our computers or just driving to work, new research indicates that sitting is bad for our health. But the cure is easy. As VOA's Rosanne Skirble reports, what will make you feel better and be more productive is to simply stand up and put a few new steps into your day.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Dumpster Life: US Project Shows Less Can Be More.

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VOAvideo has uploaded Dumpster Life: US Project Shows Less Can Be More Dumpster Life: US Project Shows Less Can Be More VOAvideo A Texas college professor wanted to teach his students how people could live with much less than what the average American consumes, so he decided to set up living conditions for a year - on a rotating basis - for one person in a space of about three square meters. It's in a metal dumpster that is typically meant for trash. His experiment is attracting a lot of attention. VOA's George Putic has more.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Obama's Plan to Reduce US Troops In Afghanistan Gets Mixed Response.

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VOAvideo has uploaded Obama's Plan to Reduce US Troops In Afghanistan Gets Mixed Response Obama's Plan to Reduce US Troops In Afghanistan Gets Mixed Response VOAvideo President Barack Obama has announced plans to greatly reduce U.S. troops in Afghanistan by the end of 2014 and then bring all of them home in 2016. Obama's announcement Tuesday came as Afghans prepare to vote in a runoff election that will pick the next president to work with Washington on the future of the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan. VOA's Kokab Farshori reports on what this announcement will mean for the new government in Kabul.

YouTube | VOAvideo has uploaded Chinese, Mexican Americans Share Similar Immigrant Experience.

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VOAvideo has uploaded Chinese, Mexican Americans Share Similar Immigrant Experience Chinese, Mexican Americans Share Similar Immigrant Experience VOAvideo More immigrants live in the western state of California than anywhere else in the United States. Among the largest immigrant groups -- either legal or without legal documents -- are Mexicans and Chinese. These two ethnic groups may come from different places, but they share many similarities, as Elizabeth Lee reports from Los Angeles.