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Global Action Initiative Poverty Alleviation
December 3, 2020

Global Action Initiative Mission 2020: Poverty Alleviation

Watch Global Action Initiative’s 2020 Event – Poverty Alleviation on December 8th at 19:00 EST / 24:00 GMT on CGTN or here live streaming. We look at inequality and other root causes of poverty, witness efforts to lift people up, and discuss the global pandemic’s impact on poverty alleviation.

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September 28, 2020

Are Florida’s seniors breaking up with Trump?

Senior citizens – people over the age of 65 – make up about 31% of Florida voters and are a critical bloc. In 2016, Trump won this age group by 17%. But things might be changing during the coronavirus pandemic.

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September 15, 2020

This is the most contested county in all of Texas

Texas in play in the 2020 Presidential Election? Some say yes, though the last time it went Democrat was 1976. We went to Jefferson County, the only Texan county that voted Obama, Obama, Trump in 2008, 2012, 2016. See the state’s most contested county.

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September 3, 2020

Human trafficking continues to be an ongoing global crisis

Last week, nearly 40 missing and endangered children were rescued by U.S. federal and state agents in the U.S. state of Georgia from a sex trafficking ring. Recently, more scrutiny has been placed on the crisis of human trafficking, especially for children who end up […]

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U.S. 2020 Election
August 17, 2020

U.S. 2020 Election

People across the United States will decide in November’s election whether incumbent President Trump or Democrat challenger Joe Biden will lead the country.

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June 28, 2020

Dragon Boat Festival spotlights tourism recovery in China

The coronavirus has thrown a wrench into everyone’s travel plans, but with the epidemic situation coming under control in China, more are ready to roam. During the Dragon Boat Festival, millions of holidaymakers packed their bags and hit the road. In the past three days, […]

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June 22, 2020

See who’s changing their offensive logos – and who’s not

In the wake of widespread discussions on race and inherent racism, companies and institutions have responded by making pledges to change long-standing logos and mascots that many have criticized as offensive to people of color. Take a look at what has changed and what has […]

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June 18, 2020

China’s key strategies against COVID-19

At the outset of China’s COVID-19 battle, Chinese President Xi Jinping put forward the nation’s battle plan.  In a January 25th speech, he stressed the need for “confidence, solidarity, science-based approach and targeted measures” as key strategies for winning the battle.  He also sent a […]

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June 16, 2020

Horse wrestling in Spain

A tradition dating back 400 years has people in Spain searching for wild horses in order to shear their manes. See what this complex festival has going on.

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