Hong Kong police fire tear gas, water canon as pro-democracy supporters protest new China law
Police in Hong Kong fired tear gas and a water canon at protesters Sunday as thousands rallied in the streets against China’s move to impose a new national security law on the semi-autonomous city.
Brazil's Supreme Court releases video of President Bolsonaro
Brazil's Supreme Court released a video of President Jair Bolsonaro meeting with members of his cabinet last month. Bolsonaro can be heard swearing several times on the nearly 2-hour long video, which is part of an inquiry into allegations he sought to interfere with federal police investigations. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
US military holds live-fire training in Persian Gulf following Iran encounters
The U.S. military showcased its "awesome firepower" last week in the Persian Gulf, officials said, the same day it warned vessels in the Mideast against approaching within 100 yards of its warships after encounters with Iranian gunboats.
US dependence on Chinese imports posing potential threat on national security, think tank says
A new report by a British think tank shows that the U.S. is strategically dependent on China for 414 categories of imports, of which 114 service its critical national infrastructure -- and in some cases, these could pose a national security risk.
The reality of Brazil's Covid-19 outbreak
In Brazil's largest and most badly infected city, coronavirus has yet to peak, yet already the healthcare system is crumbling visibly around us. As doctors struggle valiantly to save lives, the country's President, Jair Bolsonaro, seems more focused on another sick patient: his country's economy.
Hong Kong lawmaker: Our young are fighting for their future
Activists in Hong Kong are decrying China's move to pass a hugely controversial national security law for Hong Kong, in what could be the biggest blow to the city's autonomy and civil liberties since its handover to Chinese rule in 1997. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Benjamin Netanyahu corruption trial - everything you need to know
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's trial for three corruption cases will begin on Sunday, more than two months after Israel's unprecedented third election in less than a year, which ended inconclusively and led to the formation of a unity government. Netanyahu is the first sitting Israeli prime minister to go on trial.
Lockdown measures have kept nearly 80 million children from receiving preventive vaccines
The coronavirus pandemic has enforced stay-at-home orders that are putting young children at risk of contracting measles, polio and diphtheria according to a Friday report by the World Health Organization (WHO).