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What has Summer Davos brought to Dalian?

Over 2,000 world leaders from politics, business, civil society, academia and the arts will gather in China from Tuesday to Thursday for Summer...

Sichuan landslide: 10 bodies found, 93 people remain missing

Rescue crews have recovered 10 bodies on Saturday's massive landslide in Southwest China's Sichuan province, and they're still searching for 93...

Hong Kong: Visitors spend 60% of travel budget on purchases

According to Hong Kong Tourism Board, over 56 million people visited Hong Kong in 2016, and they spent 150 billion HK dollars (19.2 billion US...

China vows to stand firmly with Pakistan

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said China will continue to stand firmly with Pakistan on issues of mutual interest. He made the remarks in a...

Turkish police act against gay, transgender pride march

Turkey deployed police in central Istanbul to enforce a ban on the city's annual gay and transgender pride march on Sunday. Police with riot...

China-standard bullet trains start operation

China's new bullet trains officially started operation on Beijing-Shanghai high speed railway line on Monday. Two new models of "China-standard"...

China's Long March-5 Y2 rocket at launch pad ready for launch

China's Long March-5 Y2 carrier rocket was moved to its launch pad in southern Hainan Province on Monday, ready for its scheduled launch between...

Police move to identify missing people after the Sichuan landslide

At least 93 people are missing after the Sichuan landslide, and the commander of the rescue team has released a list of names of those who remain...

HK growth stable in past 20 years, but well below Shanghai, Guangzhou

Hong Kong's gross domestic product (GDP) has grown by an average 3.2 percent year on year since its return to China in 1997. Subscribe to us on...

Assignment Asia: Life for Afghan returnees

Since Pakistan closed down refugee camps in 2016, hundreds of thousands of Afghans have crossed the border back into their homeland. Far from a...

Assignment Asia Episode 68 - Evicted: Afghan refugees forced to leave Pakistan

For decades since the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, Pakistan has been a refuge for millions of Afghans who fled war and poverty in their country....

Assignment Asia: Forced to go home

For many decades, Pakistan was a refuge for millions of Afghans who fled war and poverty in their country. But in 2016 Pakistan began closing camps...

Crowd saves teen falling from park ride

A teenage girl fell about 8 meters from a stopped gondola ride at an upstate New York amusement park on Saturday night, tumbling into a crowd of...

Japan's airbag giant Takata files for bankruptcy protection

Japan's crisis-hit car parts maker Takata said it filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, after deadly faults in its airbags triggered the auto...

Continuous rains cause flooding in various parts of China

Torrential rains have hit the provinces of Jiangxi and Zhejiang, both in east China, and Guizhou in southwest China, affecting hundreds of...

Rescuers race to find survivors days after China landslide

Rescuers in southwest China’s Sichuan province are in a race against time during the 72-hour golden window to find more than 100 villagers still...

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched with 10 satellites

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully lifted off from the Vandenberg Air Force Base, California on Sunday. The rocket carried ten more satellites...

Qatar's Eid celebrations unaffected by diplomatic crisis

As Qatar celebrates the end of Ramadan and the start of the days’ long Eid Feast, there is no outward sign of a country in crisis. Subscribe to...

Transformation of Hong Kong surprises British engineer

Hong Kong marks the 20th anniversary of its return to China on July 1, 2017. The last two decades have been a time of great change. Francis Budge,...

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Death toll climbs to 153 in oil tanker fire incident

The death toll from Sunday's oil tanker explosion in Pakistan climbed to 153. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Watch CGTN Live:...

Cape Town launches ‘Making Noise against Crime’ campaign

Authorities in Cape Town have launched a campaign against crime, to celebrate the youth-designated month of June. The initiative is aimed at...

Many Syrians residing in Turkey decide to go home for good

Thousands of Syrians are making their way back over the border. Some are going home to celebrate Eid, and plan to return to Turkey afterwards....

Muslims in Tunisia celebrate Eid al-Fitr

Muslims across the world are marking Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan. In Tunisia on Sunday, worshipers walked to one of the oldest mosques in the...

Shanghai museum to display 99-million-year-old baby bird in amber

A special piece of amber containing a baby bird which was born some 99 million years ago will go on display at the Shanghai Museum of Natural...

Gov't forces rescue civilians during temporary Marawi ceasefire

In the besieged southern Philippine city of Marawi, government forces on Sunday managed to rescue several civilians, including one infant during a...

Former Afghan president Karzai: US has other plan in Afghanistan, ISIL growing under their presence

Fourteen years of US presence in Afghanistan have only made the security situation in the country worse, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said...

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