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President Moon Jae-in's approval continues to soar

Moon Jae-in's approval ratings have soared in less than three weeks since he was sworn in as South Korea's president. Watch CGTN Live:...

US-led air strikes kill 35 civilians in eastern Syria

Thirty-five civilians have been killed after a series of US-led coalition air strikes hit a Syrian town held by the Islamic State militant group....

Tenth suspect arrested over Manchester bombing

British police said late on Thursday they have arrested a 10th suspect in connection with the Manchester concert terrorist attack. The arrest...

Filial piety speech leaves 4,000 kids in tears

A school event that intended to teach kids the importance of filial piety in north China's Shanxi Province turned out a weeping party. Nearly...

Brazilian Bar Association looks to impeach president Temer

The President of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) Claudio Lamachia has presented documents to Congress seeking the impeachment of President...

China refutes 'no-fly zone fabrication’ by Japanese media

Chinese Defense Ministry has refuted a Japanese report that alleged that Beijing began building a no-fly zone in the South China Sea.The report had...

The plight of missing children in China

May 25 marks International Missing Children’s Day. Missing children have always been a controversial and emotional issue to discuss. The FBI...

Russia's FSB arrests suspected ISIL group members

Russia's main domestic security agency has arrested four ISIL members accused of preparing attacks in Moscow. The Federal Security Service, or FSB,...

China accuses US of 'provocative actions' over maritime patrol

China's Foreign Ministry has accused the US of “conduct that threatens regional peace and security” and “provocative actions that damage China's...

05/25/2017: Trump’s visit to Brussels and International Missing Children’s Day

US President Donald Trump attended a summit for NATO, an organization he once called "obsolete," in Brussels, a city he previously called a...

Trump’s first NATO summit: burden sharing, other issues loom

The latest stop of what US President Donald Trump calls his ‘ big foreign trip’ is Brussels, the political heart of Europe, and a city he once...

Trump's son-in-law Kushner under FBI scrutiny in Russia probe – report

US President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, who is also a senior adviser to the White House, is under FBI scrutiny as part of its probe...

US court maintains block on Trump travel ban

A US federal appeals court on Thursday dealt a fresh setback to President Donald Trump's controversial travel ban, upholding a lower court's...

Former Greek PM Papademos injured by letter bomb

Former Greek prime minister Lucas Papademos, who oversaw a controversial debt swap in 2012, was wounded Thursday by a letter bomb that detonated...

UK police resume sharing information with US agencies

British police have resumed sharing information about the Manchester suicide bombing with the United States after a brief suspension over leaks to...

US woman jumps on hood to stop carjacking

A US woman, whose car was about to get stolen right before her eyes, decided not to surrender without putting up a fight first. Melissa Smith was...

Trump scolds NATO on defense spending and anti-terrorism

US President Donald Trump on Thursday used the occasion of his maiden summit with NATO leaders to once again rebuked the members for not spending...

AI robots in China: How the other side "lives"

The Chinese government has begun work on new policies to consolidate the country’s position as the world’s largest industrial robot market. Global...

Trump at NATO summit in 'hellhole' Brussels

A first visit to the city US President Trump used to call a "hellhole". And many still remember his unfriendliness to NATO. After months of...

05/25/2017 Trump attends NATO summit & China's robot industry enjoys fast development

US President Donald Trump attended a NATO summit in Brussels. Can he safeguard the alliance once labelled "obsolete"? Also on this episode, CGTN's...

Clashes between soldiers and ISIL-affiliated militants continue in Marawi

Philippine government troops continue to clash with militants on the streets of Marawi, which was brought to a standstill after martial law was...

Exclusive interview: Iran's deputy FM on the future of China-Iran relations

Iran has just re-elected Hasan Rouhani as the country's president. In his first term, Rouhani succeeded in reaching a nuclear agreement, which led...

Dome lifted for installation of China's first Hualong One nuclear project in 40 seconds

Hualong One, a domestically-developed third generation reactor design, is used for China's first pilot nuclear power project. Its dome was lifted...

Man squeezes through guardrail, ends up getting stuck in the street

A man was seen walking across the road by squeezing through guardrail in the middle of the road in Bozhou, Anhui Province, recently. Surveillance...

Talks between EU leaders and Turkish president on sidelines of NATO summit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is meeting with EU leaders Jean-Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk on the sidelines of the NATO summit, but ties...

Beijing’s electric taxis are cleaner, but battery woes leave drivers flat

There is a quiet revolution taking place on Beijing's busy streets, as a growing number of taxis in the capital are electric-powered rather than...

Trump meets with EU chiefs in Brussels ahead of NATO summit

US President Donald Trump met the heads of European Union institutions on Thursday in Brussels ahead of a summit of NATO leaders at the military...

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