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CNN's Reza Sayah looks at the launch of Novorossiya TV , a network created by pro-Russian rebels.
CNN's Jim Bittermann says that any intervention in Iraq by France will be in partnership with the Iraqi government.
CNN's Frederik Pleitgen says the German public supports sending arms to the Kurds, but not German troops on ground in Iraq.
CNN's Matthew Chance says Russia believes ISIS is evil but doesn't want airstrikes that damage Assad.
CNN's Elise Labott previews John Kerry's visit to the Middle East and what he will be seeking to accomplish with Gulf leaders.
With a verdict in the Oscar Pistorius trial expected this week, CNN's Robyn Curnow takes a look back.
CNN's Max Foster says David Cameron is being cautious -- although airstrikes remain an option.
An inmate's use of social media shocks his victim's family and sparks an investigation. CNN affiliate KARK reports.
CNN's Becky Anderson explains the view of Gulf Arab states and the Arab League response so far.
Kolawole Olajide has co-founded Funda which hopes to shake up the world of mobile learning in Africa and beyond.
Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Iraq. CNN's Elise Labott outlines his agenda.
Human to Hero meets Vini Font, the first non-Italian player to become the world number one.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell talks about the TMZ video showing Ray Rice knocking out his then-fiancee in an elevator.
Factory Berlin hosts emerging start-ups to work alongside more established companies like Twitter and SoundCloud. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says 70 percent of Russian troops have withdrawn from Ukrainian territory.
CNN's Atika Shubert looks at the appeal for women to join ISIS.
Relief efforts in India and Pakistan hampered by destroyed infrastructure. CNN's Ravi Agrawal reports.
Lisa Beamer's husband died on 9/11. Lisa Jefferson prayed with him over the phone as his plane crashed in Pennsylvania.
Jay Jonas is interviewed on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. He helped evacuate the South Tower.
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