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One year after his death Cubans remember Fidel Castro

Thousands of Cubans gathered at the University of Havana on Saturday evening to pay tribute and mark the first anniversary of the death of former leader Fidel Castro. He died, age 90, on November 25, 2016. CGTN’s Michael Voss attended the rally and files this Reporter’s Notebook.

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What if the US had China’s bullet trains?

The U.S. lags far behind other nations when it comes to adopting high-speed rail. See what a high-speed rail network could do if it had trains that run as fast as China’s — which currently has the world’s fastest trains.

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“The Price” of surviving our families

We can’t choose our families but we can choose how to recover from them. Or not. Here’s Ahmad Coo’s review of Arena Stage’s production of Arthur Miller’s “The Price”, a fascinating study of the American family dynamic.

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Why China ended its one-child policy

Why China ended its one-child policy

In 2015, the party reversed its longstanding one-child policy—one of many reforms enacted during Xi Jinping’s first five years as General Secretary. See why China ended its one-child policy.

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With this view, Cassini captured one of its last looks at Saturn and its main rings from a distance. The Saturn system has been Cassini's home for 13 years, but that journey is nearing its end.

PHOTOS: Cassini’s last views of Saturn

Following a remarkable journey of 20 years, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft disintegrated in the skies above Saturn on Friday in a final blaze of cosmic glory. Here are some of the final images Cassini shared with Earth before its final descent.

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