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07:49, 21-Oct-2019

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The good and bad news for Johnson as new Brexit week begins
Brexit 'Super Saturday' turned out to be a painful experience for Boris Johnson and more trouble lies ahead – but there were silver linings for the British prime minister.
Europe
17:38, 21-Oct-2019
World Internet Conference: A brief history of China's e-commerce war
China's e-commerce sales could reach 1.5 trillion U.S. dollars this year, which are expected to surpass that of the other top 10 markets combined.
Technology
11:05, 20-Oct-2019
North America
17:36, 21-Oct-2019
Canada federal election: Who's who?
Canada's federal election starts on Monday in the aftermath of incumbent Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's ethics scandal, with Liberal and Conservative leading the polls in a neck-and-neck situation.
North America
17:36, 21-Oct-2019
Trump adviser Navarro uses fictional expert to hit China
Peter Navarro, senior China adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump, quoted a fake expert to back up his criticisms of Beijing in his 2011 book "Death by China."
North America
13:29, 21-Oct-2019
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Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday evening announced the opening of the 7th International Military Sports Council (CISM) Military World Games in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.
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Populism sounds attractive. But it works only on the street and it works until it is in power. Populism reveals a problem, but it is not a solution.
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Today's Hong Kong is becoming a site of riots, marked by severe violence against the police, continued paralysis of public facilities and disruptions to everyday life. The turmoil is dealing a heavy blow to the city's pillar sectors. HK residents are at a crossroads: either they denounce violence and restore the rule of law for a rosy future or they yield to violence of the troublemakers whose agenda is to hijack HK for their political gains. It's high time people in HK made a choice.
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government said on Sunday that it hopes Taiwan will receive the self-surrendered suspect of a homicide case and it will offer all necessary assistance within its legal limits.
China
15:42, 21-Oct-2019
Western politicians and media are taking apparently different attitudes to the violence in Catalonia and London, compared with their broad coverage on the so-called "pro-democracy activities" in Hong Kong despite that they are growing to be alike, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said Monday.
China
19:44, 21-Oct-2019
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China-U.S. trade tensions
A bunch of new U.S. tariffs hitting 122 pages of Chinese products have come into effect despite concerns of a global slowdown. The move further rattled businesses and dampened consumer confidence. Meanwhile, almost no sector is spared, touching tech to academia to tourism. CGTN breaks down the new levies and explores the fissures between the world’s two economic titans.
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Rare look into Xinjiang
On China's western frontier, legends shimmer in towns once vital to the ancient Silk Road. From the Taklamakan to the Pamirs, locals tell us stories in a region of unprecedented change. Four thousand kilometers east, a growing number of Uygurs are making their way in Beijing. They are at a crossroads between preserving their heritage and rectifying stereotypes. Follow us to see how Uygurs are faring in their remote hometowns as well as the bustling metropolis.
They are just a small batch of about 8,000 Uygurs living in Beijing, engaged in different professions from law enforcement to information technology. They call themselves "Beijing drifters," like around eight million other non-locals who are pursuing their dreams in the Chinese capital.
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