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LibriVox offers free audiobooks of public domain titles, recorded by volunteers. Click on "Language" to browse audiobooks by language.
The Online Books Page: Foreign Languages
A page of links to online archives of free e-books in various foreign languages. Maintained by John Mark Ockerbloom of the University of Pennsylvania.
Project Gutenberg is the oldest and largest collection of public-domain e-books on the Internet.
A search engine for videos on the Web. Use the Language menu to search for videos in a particular language. For best results, search terms should be in your target language, not in English.
BBC World Service
News in twenty-seven languages from the UK's international broadcaster.
News in thirty languages from Germany's international broadcaster. Click on "DW.COM IN 30 LANGUAGES" at the top of the screen, then select your language.
An international TV channel offering news in twelve languages. Select your language from the drop-down menu at the top of the screen.
Google's popular news aggregator is available in over sixty different regional editions.
News in forty-one languages from Turkish Radio and Television, Turkey's international broadcaster.