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1. How Iceland Saved Its Teenagers - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 3:54
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How Iceland Saved Its Teenagers - BBC News

In 1998, 42% of Iceland's 15 and 16 year-olds reported that they had got drunk in the past 30 days. By 2016, though, this figure had


2. Reducing teen substance use: Youth in Iceland

  • Published: 10 months ago
  • Duration: 3:17
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3. What Is Life Really Like In Iceland?

  • Published: 1 year ago
  • Duration: 3:42
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What Is Life Really Like In Iceland?

How Powerful Are The Nordic Countries? http://bit.ly/1UmSUP6 Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml Despite harsh winters and


4. Iceland's Down syndrome dilemma

  • Published: 6 months ago
  • Duration: 7:57
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Iceland's Down syndrome dilemma

Iceland's widespread use of genetic testing means people can "pick and choose" which children to bring into the world. These



6. He shot at a mosque , and his life changed - BBC News

  • Published: 4 months ago
  • Duration: 7:25
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He shot at a mosque , and his life changed - BBC News

Angered by the Paris terror attacks in 2015, a former US Marine fired dozens of shots at a mosque near his Connecticut home. Filled


7. What stands in the way of women being equal to men? BBC News

  • Published: 3 years ago
  • Duration: 43:36
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What stands in the way of women being equal to men? BBC News

Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews 'All That Stands In The Way' is a BBC documentary following the lives of four


8. The Americans who can't read - BBC News

  • Published: 3 months ago
  • Duration: 3:49
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The Americans who can't read - BBC News

The US has more citizens who are illiterate - some 16 million people - than many of its developed counterparts. Why is that? Many


9. DR Congo crisis: On Kasai's hunger road - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 8:26
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DR Congo crisis: On Kasai's hunger road - BBC News

Fergal Keane reveals the crisis along a road in the Democratic Republic of Congo that threatens hundreds of thousands. Nearly half


10. Brexit Talks: What does 'regulatory alignment' mean? - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 1:18
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Brexit Talks: What does 'regulatory alignment' mean? - BBC News

DUP leader Arlene Foster said her party would not accept any Brexit deal that "separates" Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK.


11. Could virtual reality help treat anxiety? - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 10:39
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Could virtual reality help treat anxiety? - BBC News

Psychologists and computer scientists are testing to see whether virtual reality could be used to treat mental health conditions. They


12. Iceland Is Growing New Forests for the First Time in 1,000 Years | Short Film Showcase

  • Published: 1 month ago
  • Duration: 5:22
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Iceland Is Growing New Forests for the First Time in 1,000 Years | Short Film Showcase

The landscape of Iceland has changed a lot in a thousand years. When the Vikings first arrived in the ninth century, the land was


13. Why millions of Americans could be drinking bad water - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 4:40
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Why millions of Americans could be drinking bad water - BBC News

While Flint made headlines two years ago when 12 people died due to high lead levels in the city's water, more than 1000 water


14. US displays military might near Korea - BBC News

  • Published: 3 months ago
  • Duration: 3:11
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US displays military might near Korea - BBC News

As President Trump continues his war of words with North Korea, the US continues a military build-up in the region. Rupert Wingfield


15. Why is outsourcing a big deal? BBC News

  • Published: 3 weeks ago
  • Duration: 3:39
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Why is outsourcing a big deal? BBC News

After Carillion - the UK's second biggest construction firm - collapsed, the question of private companies providing public services


16. Bored teen in Kentucky builds his own rollercoaster - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 1:03
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Bored teen in Kentucky builds his own rollercoaster - BBC News

Logan Moore, 16, surprised family and neighbours when he quickly built a wooden structure in his backyard. Please subscribe


17. 'Nice Toilets' everywhere - BBC News

  • Published: 3 months ago
  • Duration: 2:40
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'Nice Toilets' everywhere - BBC News

With the help of a new solution, "Nice Toilets" can be found everywhere. A film by Amelia Martyn-Hemphill for BBC World Hacks.


18. Why Iceland is Perfect for Crypto Mining

  • Published: 1 week ago
  • Duration: 6:01
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Why Iceland is Perfect for Crypto Mining

Iceland is rapidly becoming a hub for cryptocurrency mining. Jake and Jack traveled there to find out why...turns out, it's got a lot to


19. One woman's simple recipe for a happy street - BBC News

  • Published: 2 months ago
  • Duration: 2:32
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One woman's simple recipe for a happy street - BBC News

How one woman championed a way to bring community spirit back to city streets and keep children fit. World Hacks meets Alice


20. Japanese woman dies after being 'imprisoned for years by parents' - BBC News

  • Published: 1 month ago
  • Duration: 1:01
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Japanese woman dies after being 'imprisoned for years by parents' - BBC News

A 33 year old woman has died in Japan after spending years in captivity, locked up by her own parents. Japanese police said Airi