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Paralyzed county working to restore order

About 10 days after the invasion of torrential rains, Yongji County in northeastern China's Jilin Province is battling with the mess left behind,...

The Great Escape: Runaway pigs rescued from floodwater in southwest China

Around 3,000 pigs were able to escape from their farm due to rising floodwater in Xingyi City in southwest China's Guizhou Province on Friday....

Qatar's emir calls for dialogue on basis of respect for sovereignty

The United Arab Emirates has urged Qatar to change its policies to allow for a dialogue to take place. Subscribe to us on YouTube:...

Woman gets stabbed defending herself from sexual harassment

A woman was stabbed in a moving bus during rush hour in Beijing on Monday. A man attacked the woman with a knife and stabbed her multiple times....

Egypt, Jordan discuss plan over Jerusalem crisis

The Egyptian and Jordanian foreign ministers discussed in a phone call on Saturday the possible Arab steps and measures to be taken against the...

Aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford commissioned

The newest and most advanced US aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford, has been commissioned at Naval Station Norfolk in Virginia. The warship...

M4.9 earthquake hits Songyuan in NE China's Jilin Province

A 4.9-magnitude earthquake jolted Songyuan City in northeast China's Jilin Province at 7:13 a.m. BJT on Sunday, reported the China Earthquake...

China's latest, fastest 'Skytrain' begins trial runs

China's fastest suspension railway line has been put in trial operation in Qingdao, eastern China's Shandong Province. Nicknamed the ‘Skytrain',...

NBA star Curry does push-ups on glass ‘Sky Eyes’ on 37th floor of CGTN headquarters

The "Sky Eyes" on the 37th floor of CGTN headquarters gave NBA player Stephen Curry a heart-stopping experience on Saturday as the top star braved...

Israeli police, Palestinians clash in East Jerusalem

Clashes between Palestinian worshippers and Israeli police renewed outside East Jerusalem's al-Aqsa Mosque on Saturday night. Subscribe to us on...

US Congress agrees on deal for new sanctions against Moscow

US Republicans and Democrats have reached agreement on a bill that allows new sanctions against Russia, Iran and the DPRK, leading congressional...

Israel to replace metal detectors with new security measure at Jerusalem mosque

The UN Security Council will hold talks Monday about a new wave of deadly Israeli-Palestinian unrest. Sweden, France, and Egypt called for the...

Hungarian PM offers support to Poland amid row with EU

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban vowed on Saturday to defend Poland as Warsaw faces EU sanctions over controversial judicial reforms....

Italy hits back over migration security

Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni has warned that Rome will not accept either "lessons" or "threats" from neighbors on border security amid...

Young Nigerians campaign to be allowed to vie for the presidency

A group of activists in Nigeria is seeking to lower the constitutional age requirement for candidates contesting elections. Subscribe to us on...

Queen Elizabeth II puts her gifts on display

Gifts exchanged between African countries, and the UK's Queen Elizabeth II are on display in a major exhibition in London. The Royal Gifts exhibit...

Israeli forces raid home of Palestinian attacker

Israeli security forces have raided the home of Omar Alabed, the Palestinian attacker who stabbed and killed three Israelis in a Jewish settlement...

Syrian army declares ceasefire in Eastern Ghouta area

The Syrian military announced a cessation of hostilities in the Eastern Ghouta region just outside the capital Damascus, which it said began at...

Chinese volunteers working to restore order after torrential rains in northeast

Chinese volunteers have been working side by side with clean-up crews in Yongji county, northeast China’s Jilin Province, after violent rainstorms...

Initial report shows US crew likely at fault in cargo-ship crash

The crew of the USS Fitzgerald navy destroyer is believed to be at fault in last month’s Tokyo Bay collision that killed seven sailors. Subscribe...

Displaced Syrians facing blistering summer heat

Many Syrians have fled ISIL-controlled Raqqa, only to find themselves in tough conditions in refugee camps. In one camp in Ain Issa, more than 50...

Breathtaking: Wingwalkers dance on flying planes

Two members of the UK-based Breitling Wingwalkers stole the show on the opening day of the AOPA-China Fly-In 2017 air show as they performed daring...

Asia's richest man Jack Ma offers business advice during Africa trip

Wherever he goes, billionaire businessman Jack Ma attracts a lot of attention. And his first trip to Africa has been no different. Subscribe to us...

7 teenage girls jailed for pledging allegiance to ISIL in Morocco

Morocco has jailed seven teenage girls for terror crimes. Authorities claim they had pledged allegiance to ISIL. Subscribe to us on YouTube:...

China's research vessel 'Kexue' completes scientific expedition

China's new research vessel "Kexue," which aptly means science, has returned to port in Xiamen in southeast China's Fujian Province, after...

5 dead after building collapses in Shanghai

On Saturday, the rescue operation ended with six people rescued – five have been confirmed dead and one person is receiving medical treatment,...

Malaysia's Chinese schools draw more non-Chinese students

Non-Chinese students may not all excel in reading and writing Chinese. But most do leave primary school able to speak the language well. Subscribe...

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