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Post-quake rescue operations in Mexico enter their fourth day

Rescue operations enter a fourth day in Mexico after this week’s 7.1 magnitude quake. The death toll has risen to at least 293, including some...

Influx of new arrivals sparks immigration debate in Chile

Apart from the capital Santiago, most immigrants arrive in the northern city of Antofagasta. In recent months, there have been reports of violence...

China defends debt levels after credit rating downgrade

China has transformed its economy with explosive growth. But the U.S. credit ratings agency, Standard & Poor’s, is concerned about the mounting...

Christopher Yung discusses the latest on tensions between the US and the DPRK

CGTN's Mike Walter spoke with Christopher Yung, the Donald Bren Chair of Non-Western Strategic Thought at the Marine Corps University, about the...

Bernard Hickey on what to expect from New Zealand's general election

Bernard Hickey, managing editor at Newsroom Pro spoke to CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo about what to expect from New Zealand's general election.

Chile advances solar capacity technology leading much of Latin America

Despite being the leader in solar capacity in Latin America, the government in Santiago is pushing for even more.

Doron Levin on Chinese carmakers' ambitions

For more on China's caremakers and their ambitions, CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke with Doron Levin, a Detroit-based journalist and host of "In the...

Chilean economy stalls as election nears

Chile has long relied on its natural resources – in particular, its abundance of copper for export.

Aurel Braun talks about the German elections

CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Aurel Braun about the German elections and why Angela Merkel is tipped to win her fourth term.

UN destroys final FARC weapons turned over in historic peace deal

The U.N. destroyed the last weapons turned over by guerrilla group FARC, on Friday, as part of the rebels' peace deal with the Colombian...

Hurricane researchers race to collect data to improve storm forecasting

Scientists have been busy with this year's active hurricane season, which still has more than two months to go. Researchers are hard at work...

Island wide power and internet failures plunge Puerto Rico into the dark

Hurricane Maria has severely damaged Puerto Rico’s aging infrastructure. Officials have been forced to evacuate tens of thousands in danger of...

World leaders fear US-DPRK insults could lead to real-world war

Insults flew this week at the 2017 U.N. General Assembly. U.S. President Trump started by lashing out at Democratic People’s Republic of Korea...

The Heat: DPRK, Iran and Sierra Leone at the UNGA Pt 1

In his first speech before the United Nation’s General Assembly, United States President Donald Trump didn’t hold back. He challenged Venezuela and...