Watch Video Russia has extended Edward Snowden's temporary right to stay in the country. A spokesperson for Russia's Foreign Ministry said in a Facebook post Snowden will be allowed to remain in Russia for "a couple more years." She later confirmed to several media outlets that the extension will last until 2020.
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Watch Video France is hosting a peace conference with hopes of settling conflicts between Israel and Palestine with a so-called "two-state solution." The only problem is neither is represented at the conference.
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Watch Video Moria, a Greek refugee camp on Lesbos island, had heavy rain on Friday, snow on Saturday, then more rain on Wednesday.
Watch Video U.S. troops are moving into Poland as part of an ongoing mission to step up America's presence in eastern Europe.
Watch Video Art can help rebuild a community ravaged by decades of war. The Turquoise Mountain project revitalizes the Murad Khani district of Kabul by restoring buildings and training artisans.
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Watch Video The number of migrants reaching Europe by sea plunged by about two-thirds in 2016. Frontex, the European coast and border agency, estimates 364,000 migrants reached Europe by two main sea routes last year. More than a million made the same journey in 2015.
Watch Video Stonehenge –– one of the seven wonders of the medieval world –– may soon have a tunnel for cars running beneath it.
Watch Video Tensions between China and Taiwan are getting worse. Taiwanese fighter jets and a frigate were deployed to the Taiwan Strait in response to China sending an aircraft carrier into the waterway between the separatist island and the Chinese mainland. The Chinese aircraft carrier had been conducting exercises in the South China Sea since late December. Japan and South Korea also scrambled jets earlier in the week, responding to Chinese military activity in the Sea of Japan, which separates the two countries. This seems to be retaliation for President-elect Donald Trump and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen breaking decades of diplomatic precedent by ignoring the one-China policy. SEE MORE: Former Sen.
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Watch Video Volkswagen said it will admit guilt to settle investigations into the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. Software intended to cheat emissions tests was installed in about 11 million VW cars worldwide. The company will dedicate just under $15 billion to pay for repairs or buy back cars, and to promote zero-emissions vehicles and environmental mitigation. SEE MORE: Volkswagen Will Shell Out Billions Over Its Emissions Cheating Scandal Volkswagen will also pay $4.3 billion in fines. The revelation has led to one employee's arrest.
Watch Video A Swiss law requiring kids to attend co-ed swimming lessons just survived a challenge in the European Court of Human Rights.
Watch Video Ghana's presidency changed hands over the weekend in a peaceful ceremony that went off without a hitch — for the most part.
Watch Video Sen. Ted Cruz and other Republicans met with Taiwan's president on Sunday, adding tension to U.S.-Chinese relations. According to Cruz, the Chinese consulate asked members of Congress not to meet with President Tsai Ing-wen as she traveled through the U.S. But Cruz sat down with the Taiwanese leader anyway, adding China doesn't give the U.S.