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Controversial high-speed rail station opens in Hong Kong
It has been heralded as a vision of the future. A $10.75 billion infrastructure investment connecting Hong Kong with China's high-speed rail network.
(Sun, 23 Sep 2018 04:48:00 GMT)

Blind Brexit? Businesses fear even more uncertainty


European banking still has a massive money laundering problem


How Amazon plans to battle Walmart in India


GoPro shoots for a comeback with its new camera


Google still lets third-party apps scan your Gmail data


Girls transform 'floating slum' by learning to code

(Thu, 13 Sep 2018 17:41:30 GMT)

Teen's app changes lives in her impoverished community
See how one girl from CNN Hero Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin's program is using technology to solve a problem in her community—a 'floating slum'—in Lagos, Nigeria.
(Thu, 13 Sep 2018 17:29:30 GMT)

Helping kids cross the globe for medical care
In 1997, Elissa Montanti was suffering from paralyzing anxiety and frequent panic attacks.
(Thu, 06 Sep 2018 18:40:26 GMT)

Goodbye, old iPhone: This could be 40X better


Bitcoin up 30,000X -- here's your backdoor in


$19.9 trillion idea hidden in plain sight



CNN's Fareed Zakaria examines the response to the rise of populism in Europe and says the US and Europe should be celebrating the remarkable achievements of diversity in a democracy.


CNN's Becky Anderson goes behind the scenes of a giant floating structure that has transformed London's Hyde Park.


Scenes from the opening day of Oktoberfest, an annual festival of traditional German food, dancing, beer and clothing, in Munich, Germany.


Rescue teams are expected to resume their search for hundreds of missing ferry passengers, after dozens died when a dangerously overcrowded boat capsized on Lake Victoria in Tanzania. CNN's Farai Sevenzo reports.


EV Nautilus has released footage of a rare gulper eel shifting shape, a unique method it uses to intimidate predators.


A journalist in Saudi Arabia has made history by becoming the country's first female news anchor.


Nine golden retriever puppies are the newest members of the national police canine training unit in Santiago, Chile.


Amy Pope, Sr. Fellow at the Atlantic Council, explains why there's hesitation on Capitol Hill to order an investigation into Brett Kavanaugh's accuser.


Zimbabwe's President tells Amanpour that he will accept whatever recommendations are made by an inquiry into a 1983 massacre that occurred while he was the country's security chief.

How you can help Typhoon Mangkhut recovery efforts
Typhoon Mangkhut, known locally as Typhoon Ompong, has cut a swath of destruction across Guam, the Marshall Islands, the Philippines and China.  You can help its victims.


Weather conditions are causing thousands of spiders to cover a town in Greece with webs.


UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that negotiations with the European Union over Brexit were "at an impasse" after a disastrous summit at which her plan for Brexit was largely rejected.


UK Prime Minister Theresa May has called for the European Union to "respect" the British position and the result of the Brexit referendum.

Australian filmmaker James Ricketson set to be released from Cambodian jail



A high-speed train project in Israel is running ten years behind schedule and has already cost two billion dollars. CNN's Ian Lee reports.


"I think we're over-estimating our ability to renew the kind of economic pressure that brought the Iranians to the table seriously several years ago," says William Burns.


Christiane Amanpour speaks with Sarah Jessica Parker and Fatima Farheen Mirza about Mirza's new book -- the first book published under Parker's imprint.

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