Mr. Deng goes to Washington

Mr. Deng goes to Washington

On January 1, 1979, China and the United States re-established full diplomatic relations. A few weeks later, Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping made an official visit to the United States, a trip that would go down in the history books.

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Cuban Millennials

Cuba Millennials

These are challenging times for Cuban millennials: balancing the system they grew up with while exploring new prospects for the future. In a CGTN special series, correspondent Michael Voss speaks to a range of young Cubans from all walks of life.

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Gold miner shaking rug

Unsustainable

Gerry Hadden goes into the heart of South America to meet the people affected by a unique paradigm: fighting scarcity in lands of tremendous abundance.

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PERU: Making the grade

Education in Peru: Making the grade

In this five-part series, CGTN’s Dan Collyns zeroes in on Peru and the education issues facing Latin America. As the region’s youth are the first generation more likely to grow up middle class than in poverty, how will education help or hinder their dreams?

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The Battle for Mosul

The Battle for Mosul

Mosul is the second largest city in Iraq. In 2014, it was seized by Islamic State, becoming de-facto capital of the terror group. French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy embedded with troops from all sides to witness the last days of the battle to liberate this important city.

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CGTN DIGITAL: 2017 in review

CGTN DIGITAL: 2017 in review

As 2017 comes to a close, it’s easy to forget many moments that shaped this past year. Politics, war, technology, disasters, sporting triumphs and our ever changing culture – CGTN Digital shares highlights from the year that was.

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Islamic State

TERROR PART V: Islamic State

On Big Story, VICE founder Suroosh Alvi traces the Islamic State’s origins back to a U.S. prison camp, and shows how the group’s rise has left a trail of unparalleled brutality. He meets with U.S. government officials, Iraqi military, and victims who have narrowly escaped the group’s beheadings or mass executions.

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