The Global Guardians: Volunteers with smile in London
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The Global Guardians: Volunteers with smile in London

Following the UK government’s announcement on March 23 that people can only leave their homes…

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Earliest coronavirus case in the U.S.?
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Earliest coronavirus case in the U.S.?

China-U.S. relations are strained over the origin of the coronavirus. U.S. President Donald Trump referred…

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From farmer to salaried worker: Localized factories lift Xinjiang locals out of poverty
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From farmer to salaried worker: Localized factories lift Xinjiang locals out of poverty

From a farmer to a salaried worker, villager Metkasim Meshirip has managed to get rid…

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Cheeky! Crow can’t stop pecking panda’s bottom
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Cheeky! Crow can’t stop pecking panda’s bottom

A cheeky crow was spotted at a zoo in Beijing repeatedly pecking at the bottoms…

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The Point: How credible is U.S. mayor Michael Melham’s claim?
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The Point: How credible is U.S. mayor Michael Melham’s claim?

U.S. mayor Michael Melham said he tested positive for coronavirus antibodies and thought he got…

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The Point: What does it mean when U.S. mayor says he has coronavirus antibodies?
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The Point: What does it mean when U.S. mayor says he has coronavirus antibodies?

The mayor of Belleville, New Jersey, Michael Melham came under the spotlight when he said…

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Canadian family dresses up as dinosaurs to hand out masks
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Canadian family dresses up as dinosaurs to hand out masks

A Canadian mother and daughter surprised onlookers in Toronto by handing out free facemasks dressed as dinosaurs.   Nina and Demi Antonakes dressed up and walked around their community in Toronto, handing out homemade masks to lift people’s spirits during these dramatic times of the pandemic. Subscribe to…

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How unemployment affects different industries and communities in the U.S.
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How unemployment affects different industries and communities in the U.S.

Unemployment in the U.S. has hit certain communities and sectors harder than others. CGTN’s Nicole…

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CGTN Nature: Three Parallel Rivers Series | Ep. 11: Punky Monkey
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CGTN Nature: Three Parallel Rivers Series | Ep. 11: Punky Monkey

The Yunnan snub-nosed monkey is endowed with a fashionable visage featuring slightly ruddy cheeks, a…

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Live: Medics from China-Japan Friendship Hospital answer COVID-19 related questions
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Live: Medics from China-Japan Friendship Hospital answer COVID-19 related questions

China’s Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council holds a news briefing in…

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