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Tervis Tumbler 360: A Family Business
You probably have one in your cupboard. Maybe on your desk at the office. You might have a favorite that you bring with you in the car or anywhere you go. It’s the place that most people nowadays keep their favorite drink stored at all times. Since they first came onto the scene in 1946, Tervis Tumblers have become more popular than ever. Ever wonder what goes into making the world's most famous cup? Learn about the company's history in this behind the scenes 360 video from their headquarters in Venice, Florida.
Attacking the Zika Virus in 360
The Urban Entomology Lab at the University of Florida is the number one research lab in the world when it comes to mosquitoes. They have been leading the way in the fight against the zika virus and their scientists have been on the front lines of the battle from day one. Looking for new ways to control and kill mosquitoes, it's a pest they say, is the most challenging of all to control and eliminate.
Live Through Two Days of the Battle of Mosul With This 360 Experience
MOSUL, Iraq: “Once we cross this bridge, anything can happen” our fixer, Ayar, warns as we rumble over the Tigris and officially cross into Western Mosul. The Eastern half of the city has been liberated for months, and some semblance of normal life has returned to the city. Most of West Mosul has been liberated as well, save for the Old City: its ancient buildings, narrow streets and endless blind alleys have made clearing the last ISIS fighters a slow, brutal process. We start our trip into West Mosul with a long stay at the checkpoint Scorpion. Mosul is filled with checkpoints like this, where Iraqi soldiers and police search vehicles heading to and from the disputed areas. Some of these people are fleeing the city for Internally Displaced Person camps, and some of them are returning to their homes in newly-liberated portions of the city. Some parts of West Mosul look almost normal, like any other city in Iraq. But the closer you get to the Old City, where ISIS still reins, the more complete the devastati
[360° video]: Jeers and cheers against newspaper closure in Hungary
Several thousands Hungarians have protested outside parliament in Budapest, saying press freedom is under threat following the closure of Népszabadság, the country’s leading opposition newspaper. The owners of the newspaper blame financial losses, but civil rights groups believe it’s been shut down because of its criticism of right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government.
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