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What is the world's largest human migration?
Spring Festival is China's most important holiday throughout a year. With a population of over 1.4 billion, the country embraces the world's largest human migration, known as "Chunyun" in Chinese, as people set off for family reunions or travels during the holiday.
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20:57, 19-Jan-2020
U.S. mass shootings: Will 2020 be any different?
CGTN looks back at the U.S. mass shootings in recent years to see if the year 2020 would see relief in gun violence in the United States – the world's largest civilian gun-owning country, which has suffered the most mass shooting incidents.
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12:43, 19-Jan-2020
Turpan's low-carbon development practices pay off
The low-carbon development mode practiced in Turpan, an ancient city in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, is paying off in multiple ways, which sets a good example to the whole region or even the country.
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16:56, 19-Jan-2020
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday admitted the Ukrainian airliner was shot down by Iranian forces. In a statement, he said his country is "deeply sorry by this disastrous mistake" and promised to "take all necessary measures to compensate and sympathize with the bereaved families."
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President Donald Trump pulled back from the brink of war with Iran on Wednesday, saying that Tehran appeared to be "standing down" after firing missiles, stressing that there are no reports of U.S. or Iraqi casualties from Iran's missile attacks on two bases housing U.S. forces in Iraq that took place early Wednesday local time.
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China-U.S. trade tensions
The China-U.S. trade ties have been on a rollercoaster since March 23, 2018, when Washington steered the wheel down a slippery slope. It's been a bumpy ride since, with ups and downs in their bilateral relations. After 13 rounds of high-level negotiations, coupled with other coordination mechanisms, everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting for a glimmer of hope. China and the U.S. need to find ways to work together for their own benefit as well as that of the global economy.
A solid trade relationship between China and the U.S. would constitute the anchor for the world economy.
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10:45, 19-Jan-2020
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Rare look into Xinjiang
It's difficult to know the precise moment that a radical idea turns into an extreme thought, but we do know that the aftermath of terror results in the loss of precious lives and the reign of debilitating fear. China's westernmost region of Xinjiang has seen a proliferation of these tragedies in the past years, turning local communities into sites of sorrow. Their stories of resilience, however, wait to be told.
A cemetery in Xayar, Xinjiang, has recently become a bone of international contention. CNN reported that graveyards there were being demolished by authorities, highlighting stories such as that of Aziz Isa Elkun, a Uygur poet now residing in London, who had said he couldn't find his father's grave on Google Maps. So a crew from CGTN decided to find out if there was any truth to the CNN report.
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17:06, 11-Jan-2020
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Hong Kong
Needless to say, Hong Kong has faced a challenging situation in the past year: The social unrest that has dragged on for months has severely hurt its economy, tarnished its reputation, and most importantly broken the hearts of the millions of people who call it home. Finding a way out through joint efforts is not only a promise that officials have made to woo Hong Kong's people, but also a shared New Year's resolution for the city's residents.
One in five of Hong Kong adults have reported symptoms of probable depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD, after unrest broke out in the city since last June, according to a 10-year study published recently in the medical journal Lancet.
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11:46, 17-Jan-2020
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