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The Heat: COVID-19 crisis in India
Lockdowns and other COVID-19 related restrictions have been hurting businesses.
Venezuela, a country rich in rainwater and rivers continues to suffer from crippling water shortages. Tap water at home is not just a luxury, but an unachievable dream for many Venezuelans, who’ve been wrestling with interruptions to their water supply for several years. CGTN’s Mary Triny Mena reports from Caracas.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages around the world, businesses have had to adapt to a new way of operating amid the health crisis. One drastically changed sector has been the restaurant business, where the delivery service has become essential. CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock reports.
In Brazil, the COVID-19 outbreak is worse than it has ever been. The country reported nearly 3,000 deaths on Tuesday alone, a spike that started in March. Brazil is also dealing with a variant of the virus, first discovered last December. While the variant has spread across the world, Brazilian scientists have developed a new antibody test to help track it. See the latest.
As the pandemic continues to rage around the world, nature, it seems, hasn’t noticed much of a difference. While human society lives through the upheaval of the global COVID-19 pandemic, nature has continued here unperturbed. And when it comes to massive migrations, perhaps none is […]
Some of the poorest communities in the Western hemisphere are located in Central America. For years, severe droughts have been causing widespread hunger. The COVID-19 pandemic made things worse when shutdowns severely cut back on economic growth. It’s a situation that’s repeated across Latin America. […]
By February of 2021, more than a quarter million Brazilians had died due to COVID-19. That made Brazil the second country in the world with the largest death toll after the US. Scientists also located a new virus strain. But the country’s overall health has […]
It’s déjà vu all over again as COVID-19 is on the rise across Europe. It is wrestling with a third wave of the coronavirus pandemic as a number of countries raise concerns over the AstraZeneca vaccine. The EU, plagued by vaccine delays, is also dealing […]
CGTN explores the small and large ways that we can fight climate change.
CGTN America is in Honduras to track the roots of the massive migration currently taking place at the U.S. border. See what it’s like for a makeshift community that relies on volunteers to feed children.
Political uncertainty in Israel as Prime Minister Netanyahu fails to form a coalition government.
President Biden raises international issues during his address to Congress. What is the global reaction?
The coronavirus pandemic is battering India with nearly 20 million people infected and close to 220,000 dead. Anand Naidoo spoke with journalist Asad Ashraf who’s on the ground covering the pandemic in India.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the failed CIA-led Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba. It was a plot to oust Cuban leader Fidel Castro. Anand Naidoo spoke with acclaimed film-maker Oliver Stone about U.S. foreign policy over the past 60 years.
In Colombia, while most are demonstrating peacefully, but violence has escalated – with many citizens blaming Colombian security forces for making it worse. UN Human rights officials say they are ‘deeply alarmed’ by the deadly clashes in some of Colombia’s cities. CGTN’s Michelle Begue reports.
Less than 24 hours after the railway disaster, and Mexico City is still coming to terms with the tragedy.
U.S. ride-sharing company Lyft has sold off its autonomous vehicle unit to Toyota.
One positive business trend to come out of the coronavirus pandemic has been the rise in American entrepreneurs. In the U.S., coronavirus creativity has helped birth more than four million new businesses in the last year.
Calls for boycotts to Georgia-based businesses and corporations continue over a recent election law that many believe amounts to voter suppression.