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  • People watch 13-year old in distress than help

    13-year-old rape survivor filmed in India instead of helped.

  • What is carbon bombing?

    The most important climate summit of the year gets underway in Egypt next week.

    COP27 will bring together governments from around the globe to discuss ways to tackle climate change.

    But many of these leaders will be coming from countries sitting on massive ‘carbon bombs’ - oil, gas, and coal mi...

  • Why cholera is spreading so quickly in Haiti

    The rapid spread of cholera in Haiti comes as the nation is paralyzed by a gang blockade that has triggered shortages of fuel and clean drinking water.

    Fiammetta Cappellini talks about the urgent need of medical care in the nation.

  • Meet Digit, the walking robot

    There’s always been fear over robots taking over human jobs. Some of that anxiety dissipated during the COVID-19 pandemic, as businesses found themselves understaffed and needing robot help.

    See how robotic technology advanced during the pandemic as CGTN’s Mark Niu checks out the ROBObusiness co...

  • Main challenges in eastern Kentucky rescue efforts

    The devastating floods in eastern Kentucky have killed at least 28 people. James Preston Hays, Fire Chief of the Hindman Volunteer Fire Department, talks about how they are trying to help victims and what main challenges they are facing in the rescue efforts.

  • Deadly flooding in eastern Kentucky

    Unprecedented flooding in eastern Kentucky has now claimed dozens of lives, including four children from the same family. Several more fatalities are expected.

  • California residents preparing for fire season

    Firefighters in California are making progress in the state's largest blaze but the peak fire season has not even begun. Local residents are taking precautions.

  • Kuliang families reconnect friendships by exploring history of Guling

    More than a century ago, a community of American expatriates moved to China’s Guling area made many Chinese friends. The families recently gathered in the U.S. state of Maine for a reunion.

  • Families in Kentucky hit hard by storm damages

    Deadly flooding in the U.S. state of Kentucky has killed at least 28 people. CGTN’s Benji Hyer reports from a neighborhood hit hard by the storm.

  • Invasive jellyfish swarm the Mediterranean

    Jellyfish are swarming the Mediterranean, along Israel’s coast. They’re driving away people and costing thousands in lost tourism. What’s causing the jellyfish swarm?

  • Allyson Felix on being called out of retirement

    Called out of retirement for one last race, U.S. sprinter Allyson Felix helped her squad win the preliminary races for the 4x400 m at this year’s World Athletics Championship.

    She spoke with CGTN’s Dan Williams about that race, if she is ever called back to the race, and what circumstances brou...

  • Women's 400 meters gold medal winner Shaunae Miller-Uibo

    Shaunae Miller-Uibo of the Bahamas won the gold medal in the women’s 400 meters at the World Athletic Championships on Friday night. CGTN’s Dan Williams caught up with the two-time Olympic champion after her win at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Take a look.

  • Comic-Con returns to San Diego

    Comic-Con has returned to San Diego. The popularity convention attracts thousands of visitors from all over, with some cosplaying as their favorite characters. But with changes from COVID-19 and other fan conventions, what does Comic-Con’s future look like in San Diego?

  • Fighting Monkeypox

    As monkeypox cases rise across the U.S., officials are having difficulties containing outbreaks. There could be more unconfirmed cases and the vaccine is in limned supply.

  • What was Trump doing during the Capitol attack

    Lawmakers and witnesses presented the case on Thursday night that former U.S. President Donald Trump chose not to act as he watched protestors breach the Capitol building. Watch key moments from the investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.

  • Robotic fish eat microplastics

    Micro-plastics are harming the environment and are being found in human bodies. These tiny particles are becoming increasingly common but hard to clean up. One company says robotic fish are the solution.

  • Celebrating 60 years of Spider-Man at the Comic-Con Museum

    Check out how fans are celebrating 60 years of Spider-Man at the Comic-Con Museum.

  • Cubans restore coral reefs

    Cuba has over one third of all coral reefs in the Caribbean basin. A group of scientists are making efforts to stop the deterioration of the island’s coral reefs.

  • Watch this van get eaten by a sinkhole in New York City

    A van suddenly toppled into a sinkhole in New York City's Bronx borough on Monday after heavy rains pounded the area. The National Weather Service says the rain storms caused flash floods, temporarily closed roads and highways, and stranded drivers in areas of New York City, its northern suburbs ...

  • Giant tortoises of the Galápagos Islands

    Scientists say the iconic giant tortoises of the Galápagos Islands have successfully repopulated one of its islands where they had become extinct. Initial results show that 99% of the reintroduced tortoises have survived and are in good health.

  • Robots deliver Uber Eats

    Your next meal could be delivered by a robot. Uber Eats, the food division of the rideshare giant, has launched two autonomous delivery pilots that aim to deliver food without the need for human drivers.
    Cutting-edge robots, remotely controlled by humans, are navigating the streets of Los Angeles...

  • Presidential candidate merchandise in Brazil

    Brazil’s president is up for reelection this year and currently trails well behind former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, popularly known as “Lula”, in the polls. Less than three months away from what is expected will be a turbulent contest, these cash-strapped shop owners and street vendors...

  • Venezuela's mobile children's library

    These moving libraries are dedicated to helping kids read. Bibliomulas is the initiative that takes books by mule to children in Mérida. CGTN correspondent Mary Triny Mena brings us the details from Venezuela.

  • Honoring New York’s last payphone

    New York's last payphone is now off the streets and in a museum. It's part of an exhibit teaching future generations about technology of the past.