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The most extensive and most authoritative compilation of names of human languages in different languages is the CLDR database. You can use the permalink http://unicode.org/cldr/charts/latest and access the By-Type charts, section Languages. The data is in XML format, described in the LDML specification.
The categorized RSS feed links might differ from site to site, CMS to CMS. For the given website, I did a quick google search for filetype:xml site:atvn.org(click it). It seems they have feed links like this - www.atvn.org/alumni/rss.xml www.atvn.org/blogs/rss.xml www.atvn.org/user/rss.xml www.atvn.org/news/2012/rss.xml etc. From the search results, ...
Do you have to use Google? I've read very good things about Yahoo's BOSS. And it provides the simple output (XML) you need.
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