Gov’t forces rescue civilians during temporary Marawi ceasefire
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Gov’t forces rescue civilians during temporary Marawi ceasefire

In the besieged southern Philippine city of Marawi, government forces on Sunday managed to rescue…

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

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Muslims in Egypt mark end of Ramadan
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Muslims in Egypt mark end of Ramadan

As Ramadan, the holy month of Muslims, came to an end, CGTN’s Yasser Hakim reports…

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Are Hong Kong and mainland youngsters really that different?
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Are Hong Kong and mainland youngsters really that different?

20 years have passed since Chinese government resumed its sovereignty over Hong Kong, and today,…

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Mosul celebrates first Eid without ISIL since 2014
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Mosul celebrates first Eid without ISIL since 2014

People in the Iraqi city of Mosul celebrated their first Muslim Eid holiday without ISIL…

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Aircraft carrier Liaoning sets out for routine exercises
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Aircraft carrier Liaoning sets out for routine exercises

A fleet of Chinese warships headed by China’s first aircraft carrier Liaoning set out from…

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China-standard bullet trains get official names, will start operations on Monday
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China-standard bullet trains get official names, will start operations on Monday

On Monday, the two new EMUs bullet trains will come into official operation, traveling between…

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Roasted goose, decades-old recipe and business beyond HK
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Roasted goose, decades-old recipe and business beyond HK

Hong Kong is not only an international financial hub, but also a gourmet paradise, where…

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Traditional Syrian sweets regain fame as Eid al-Fitr festival underway
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Traditional Syrian sweets regain fame as Eid al-Fitr festival underway

Sweet making in Syria has been a lucrative business for years, but the six-year civil…

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Exclusive interview with HK’s first chief executive Tung Chee-Hwa
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Exclusive interview with HK’s first chief executive Tung Chee-Hwa

This week marks the 20th anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to the motherland.As…

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