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Poverty relief in Tibet -- episode four: Government’s financial aid boosts business
Huaji Hand Knitting Cooperative in Shannan City, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, helps people weave better lives for themselves by knitting Tibetan outfits, scarves and Thangka...
Fires destroy part of main Bamako market
A huge fire ripped through part of the main market in the Malian capital, Bamako. Authorities have yet to determine the cause. Potential criminal involvement is being considered since there...
UN report sees 3% global economy growth this year, highest since 2011
A fresh report from the United Nations shows that the global economy has expanded about three percent so far this year. That's its highest growth rate since 2011. The report said that China...
One dead, 18 hurt in explosion at natural gas plant in Austria
An explosion set off a fire at a major natural gas plant in Baumgarten, eastern Austria on Tuesday. The blast left one person dead and 18 injured. Police said the explosion triggered by a "technica...
China signs MoU with five Asian countries on joint smart city development
Leading companies from China, Japan, Thailand, Mongolia, Malaysia and Indonesia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Beijing on the joint development of smart cities and urban technology....
A woman fell off from the building twice
On December 7, a woman fell from the 9th floor of a hotel at Yanshou County, north China. She landed onto the hotel's second floor terrace alive but injured. She then slowly climbed towards...
In food waste fight, Brits turn bread into beer
Around 44 percent of British bread ends up in the rubbish, nearly 900000 tonnes a year. The World Top Brewery making a kind of beer called "Toast Ale" from unused bread hopes to have found...
Open gutter in E China puts kid’s life in danger
A two-year-old child suddenly fell into a two-meter open gutter as he played. His grandmother couldn't reach her child and asked passersby and law enforcers for help. The child was eventually...
Robots run as PyeongChang Winter Olympics torchbearers
A humanoid robot ran as a torchbearer for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. “Hubo” is 1.2 meters tall, has a maximum stride of 35cm and is capable of 65 paces per minute. Although sometimes...
Twenty Two: Documenting the lives of 'comfort women' before it’s too late
From 220000 to just 22, few former Chinese “comfort women” are still alive to tell their stories of being forced into sex slavery by the Japanese army during World War Two. All were subjected...
Macron calls for 'much stronger mobilization' on climate
France is leading a push to re-group global efforts to combat the effects of climate change. French President Emmanuel Macron called on Tuesday for stronger action in the fight against climate...
Alleged bomber among the injured in New York attack
US authorities said a 27-year-old Bangladeshi immigrant detonated a homemade pipe bomb strapped to his body in a crowded New York subway passage during the morning rush hour on Monday, injuring...
China says South Korean president's visit significant to build mutual trust
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Lu Kang told the media that South Korean President Moon Jae-in's upcoming visit to China is significant in restoring political mutual trust between the...
Chinese air force conducts patrol exercise in the West Pacific Ocean
China's air force said it has conducted a regular patrol exercise in the West Pacific Ocean passing Miyako Strait near Okinawa island and the Bashi Channel that lies between Taiwan and Luzon...
Israeli forces fire tear gas in Bethlehem as protests continue
Clashes continued between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers in Bethlehem on Tuesday, following Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital last week. Protesters tried to block streets...
The man and the terracotta warriors: Restoring an ancient empire
The Terracotta Army in northwest China's Shaanxi Province is a world-renowned cultural heritage. The scales of the excavated pits are astonishing. There are warriors and chariots, even birds...
Jerusalem controversy: 4 killed, hundreds injured during protests
CGTN correspondent Stephanie Freid in Tel Aviv has updates on the continuing clashes between Israeli soldiers and Palestinians in Jerusalem after US President Trump declared the city as Israel's...
Kim Jong Un attends 8th Conference of Munitions Industry
The DPRK's supreme leader Kim Jong Un has attended the 8th Conference of the Munitions Industry, which opened on Monday. The conference is aimed at reviewing the achievements and experiences...
The Last Witness: The scare can never be forgotten
The Nanjing Massacre was a watershed moment in history that has left generations of Chinese physically and emotionally scarred. Ni Cuiping survived the massacre when she was just a little girl....
Palestinian, Israeli leaders try to win world support for their sides
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas have gone on the diplomatic offensive. Both have been traveling to other countries, seeking to drum up support...
Climate change: Macron says Trump's rejection helped strengthen accord
Climate change remains in the spotlight two years after the Paris Climate Agreement was finalized. French President Emmanuel Macron said Monday that US President Donald Trump's rejection of...
The Last Witness: Being grateful to international friends
Xia Shuqin is one of the fewer than 100 survivors of the Nanjing Massacre still alive today. Despite age and time, the 88-year-old remembers the day she lost her loved ones like it was yesterday....
Live: Who is ‘the woman who could not forget’? 探访《南京大屠杀》作者张纯如纪念馆
One day before the 80th anniversary of the Nanjing Massacre, we visit the memorial hall of author Iris Chang whose bestseller chronicled the tragedy, forcing the world to address the atrocity.
Daring slackliner walks from Eiffel Tower
60 meters in the air and on a rope which was only 2.5 cm wide, French slackliner Nathan Paulin walked 670 meters from the Eiffel Tower to Trocadero Square on December 9. It took the 23-year-old...
China, India agree to boost mutual trust and communication
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held meetings with Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, Minister of external affairs Sushma Swaraj and National Security Adviser Ajit Kumar Doval in New Delhi...
China, Russia working closely in various areas
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov in New Delhi. Wang said both sides are enjoying high levels of mutual trust and communication on international...
12/11/2017: India-China tensions rise over drone intrusion | Taiwan up for new anti-Communist law
Foreign ministers from China, India, and Russia met in New Delhi on Monday for the latest round of trilateral talks, only a few days after Beijing expressed “dissatisfaction and opposition”...
Russia, India and China push trilateral cooperation at RIC forum
Pyongyang took center stage as foreign ministers from China, Russia and India met in New Delhi. India's Sushma Swa-raj hosted China's Wang Yi and Russia's Sergey Lavrov. The trio also...
Memories of a Militarist Youth: Joined the Chinese independent army to fight for peace
The 80th Memorial Day of the Nanjing Massacre is coming up on Wednesday. To mourn this tragic event, one of the darkest parts of the human history, let everyone remember the past and cherish...
Memories of a Militarist Youth: Joined China's Democratic United Army as a medic
The 80th Memorial Day of the Nanjing Massacre is coming up on Wednesday. To mourn this tragic event, one of the darkest in the history of mankind, let everyone remember the past and cherish...
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