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today at 03:46. Facebook
“We are tired of the corruption, we are tired of knowing there’s no justice, that the citizens don’t have guarantees so we want to vote for change, we want a change for our country.”

Top three candidates compete for presidency in Ecuador
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today at 02:45. Facebook
The Fukushima local government is preparing to slash unconditional housing assistance for voluntary evacuees on March 31st. Many have to choose either to return to areas where they still fear of radiation, or bear the financial burden to remain at their place of refuge

Government to cut housing assistance to some Fukushima evacuees
CCTV America
today at 01:38. Facebook
Malaysia performed a second autopsy because the first procedure was inconclusive, piling on the intrigue surrounding what appeared to be a well-executed assassination at an airport in Kuala Lumpur, an official said Saturday.

Malaysian police arrest man in connection with death of Kim Jong-nam
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today at 00:54. Facebook
Eight single-engine planes are crisscrossing the park in a two-week effort to count its animals. The last census three years ago counted 11,000 elephants, almost 6,000 buffalo, and about 3,000 giraffe. But the numbers are likely to be smaller this time.

Kenya carries out wildlife census in Tsavo East National Park
CCTV America
today at 00:10. Facebook
On his first overseas trip as U.S. vice president, Mike Pence sought to calm fears among NATO allies that Donald Trump wants to reduce American backing for the alliance.

At security conference, US reassures NATO allies of Trump’s support
CCTV America
yesterday at 19:54. Facebook
A lawsuit, known as Roe v. Wade, led to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 ruling that established abortion rights, though by that time, Norma McCorvey had given birth and given her daughter up for adoption.

Norma McCorvey, who was at center of Roe v. Wade, dead at 69
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yesterday at 13:03. Facebook
Within these bleak fields of ice, the wind picked up, and dozens of ice shards whistled through the air, revolving and condensing in a vast eddy.

Website offers western window to Chinese fantasy
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yesterday at 12:00. Facebook
Although Valentine's Day has come and gone, millions in China are still feeling the love. CGTN's Audrey Siek takes a look at the top trending topics on Chinese social media.
CCTV America
yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
Young Central American migrants leave their homes to make a dangerous journey to the United States. Their goal is to escape poverty, but many don’t make it across the border. CGTN’s Harris Whitbeck talks to some minors fleeing Guatemala who were apprehended in Mexico and returned home.

This Week on Americas Now: Fleeing Guatemala
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yesterday at 08:01. Facebook
Hong Kong has kicked off its annual Arts Festival. The celebrations will last more than a month from February 16 to March 18.

Artists gather for month-long Hong Kong Arts Festival
CCTV America
yesterday at 07:00. Facebook
However, his critics said he's left the economy saddled with debt and very little in the government's coffers to which Ecuador’s economy minister disagrees.

Ecuador electing new president amid rising unemployment
CCTV America
yesterday at 06:00. Facebook
Investors and collectors are finding a fortune in toys like Lego – the little plastic bricks can be worth their weight in gold.

Investors look at toys, Lego for the next big buck
CCTV America
yesterday at 05:00. Facebook
Asian Americans concerns galvanized the community to protest everything from the Vietnam War, racism and oppression across the board including gender inequality. A 1977 speech for International Working Woman’s Day addressed equal pay, childcare for working mothers, and political representation.

Museum exhibit shows activist history in Asian-American community
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yesterday at 04:09. Facebook
Data from the Chinese Ministry of Education shows that in 2015 the number of Chinese students heading overseas to study rose 14 percent. But at the same time, the number of Chinese students who decided to return back home to China after their studies also went up 12 percent.

More Chinese students returning to China after studying in US
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yesterday at 03:00. Facebook
The arrest of Lee Jae-yong has been causing a divide in the Republic of Korea: many people hope it will bring an era of good corporate governance, others are worried troubles at Samsung could weigh on the wider economy.

Samsung head arrested over allegations related to Park scandal
CCTV America
yesterday at 02:00. Facebook
Some Africans living in the U-S have gone into hiding concerned about President Trump’s immigration policies.

In hiding, African immigrants concerned over Trump’s policies
CCTV America
yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
The U.S. sent a more reassuring signals to Europe about the future of NATO. Meanwhile China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi took center stage at the Munich Security Conference.

NATO looks for reassurance from US, Chinese FM takes center stage
CCTV America
yesterday at 00:23. Facebook
Terror attacks late Thursday in Iraq and Pakistan have killed dozens and wounded hundreds in separate bombings carried out by ISIL. Eastern Ukraine has fallen into violence in recent weeks, leaving many dead and sparking a possible humanitarian crisis.

The Heat: Roundtable discussion on Trump and world events
CCTV America
02/17/2017 at 22:17. Facebook
Wang Tao, Founder, CEO and Chief Design Officer at Taoray Wang tells us how her Chinese heritage has inspired her collection at New York Fashion Week.

For our full interview: [ Link ]
CCTV America
02/17/2017 at 22:00. Facebook
A transgender man in China is suing his former employer for gender discrimination after he got fired. The court ruled in December that he was illegally fired, but said there was no proof his dismissal was due to bias against transgender people. He’s since applied to the court for a retrial.

Transgender Chinese man demands workplace justice, social equality