中国中央电视台(英文简称CCTV,中文简称央视)是中华人民共和国的国家电视台,成立于1958年5月1日。

Nadal closer to 10th Monte-Carlo title2017-04-24
PARIS, April 22 -- Rafael Nadal was one step away from his 10th ATP Monte-Carlo Masters trophy following a 6-3,6-1 semifinal victory over No.10 seed David Goffin on Saturday, ensuring an all-Spanish final clash with underdog Albert Ramos-Vinolas, who had never made it to the ATP 1000 Masters last four before.
China's cargo spacecraft docks with space lab2017-04-24
The Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft successfully completed automated docking with the orbiting Tiangong-2 space lab at 12:23 p.m. Saturday, according to Beijing Aerospace Control Center.
Chinese banks face profitability pressure: Moody's2017-04-24
Chinese listed banks were confronted with profitability pressure from the country's slowing economic growth, despite the absence of any significant deterioration in reported asset performance, said Moody's Investors Service.
DPRK says no dialogue with U.S. without Washington abandoning hostility2017-04-24
PYONGYANG, April 22 -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said Saturday that it is not interested in holding any dialogue with the United States as long as Washington refuses to abandon its hostile policy towards Pyongyang.
China sweeps 4 titles at FINA synchronized swimming world series2017-04-24
TAIYUAN, China, April 23 -- China swept four titles on offer on the first day of the FINA Synchronized Swimming World Series 2017 here on Saturday.
Xi inspects PLA Southern Theater Command, vows to build strong army2017-04-24
NANNING, April 22 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping inspected the Southern Theater Command of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) on Friday and stressed building a strong army.
American Airlines probing confrontation with passenger2017-04-24
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22 -- American Airlines, Inc. has suspended an employee caught on a video clip in a confrontation with a passenger due to what happened to a woman and her kid.
U.S. pursues 3 pct growth via tax reforms, regulatory relief2017-04-24
WASHINGTON, April 22 -- U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reiterated on Saturday that the Trump administration is pursuing over 3percent economic growth with the support of tax reforms and regulatory relief.
Despite referendum win, challenges still ahead for Erdogan2017-04-24
ANKARA, April 21 -- After the crucial referendum and the slim majority for presidential system, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is facing some important challenges ranging from foreign policy, the Kurdish issue to the struggling economy.
French election crucial for future of Europe2017-04-24
PARIS, April 22 -- After a long and chaotic campaign,47 million French voters will go to the polls on Sunday for the first round of a historic presidential election.
Blake Griffin out with big toe injury2017-04-24
WASHINGTON, April 22 -- The Los Angeles Clippers announced on Saturday that forward Blake Griffin will miss the remainder of the playoffs due to a right toe injury suffered in first-round Game 3 win over the Utah Jazz.
Japan destroyers to start joint drill with U.S. carrier group from Sunday2017-04-24
TOKYO, April 23 -- Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) destroyers are to begin a joint drill with the U.S. aircraft carrier Carl Vinson Strike Group in the western Pacific Ocean from Sunday, Japan's defense ministry said.
Jorge Sampaoli set to be named Argentina coach2017-04-24
BUENOS AIRES, April 22 -- Jorge Sampaoli has agreed to leave Sevilla to coach Argentina's national football team, according to media reports.
Xi urges Guangxi to play bigger role in Belt and Road2017-04-23
NANNING, April 21 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region to capitalize on its advantages and play a bigger role in the Belt and Road Initiative.
China stresses dialogue to resolve Korean Peninsula issue2017-04-23
China on Friday stressed dialogue to resolve the Korean Peninsula issue after the UN Security Council strongly condemned the most recent ballistic missile launch by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
Xi calls for contributions to world peace, development2017-04-23
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday called on the International Committee for the Promotion of Chinese Industrial Cooperatives (ICCIC) to continue international cultural exchanges and make new contributions to world peace and development.
Chinese Internet leaders are global innovators2017-04-23
A decade ago, Chinese Internet companies were still marginal internationally. Today, they are world-class industry innovators. In the Internet economy, the leadership is shifting from the advanced West to the emerging East.
TripAdvisor delivers Best Destination Award to Indonesia's Bali2017-04-23
JAKARTA, April 21 -- The United States-based prominent travel reviewer website TripAdvisor has delivered its 2017 World's Best Destination Award to Indonesia's resort island of Bali.
Beijing to regulate thriving bike-sharing industry2017-04-23
Beijing authorities are considering measures to regulate the ubiquitous shared bikes that benefited commuters but challenge urban management.
Overseas Chinese entrepreneurs can boost B&R cooperation2017-04-23
Where there are people living, there you can find Chinese. This is a widely spread joke among Chinese. Indeed, it reflects the reality that overseas Chinese are taking up residence in most countries and regions across the world.
Cartoon commentary, Xi's Guangxi tour①: Advancing China's opening up and development under the Belt and Road Initiative2017-04-23
Since the Belt and Road Initiative was first proposed by Xi in 2013, it has developed from a proposal to putting into practice, from the layout to expansion. The initiative has achieved more than expected, and the speed of it progress has also exceeded expectations.
Ronaldinho: 'I was very close' to Man United move2017-04-23
RIO DE JANEIRO, April 20 -- Brazil football great Ronaldinho has revealed he was very close to joining Manchester United instead of Barcelona.
American Olympic champion Brianna Rollins banned for 1 year2017-04-23
WASHINGTON, April 20 -- American Olympic champion hurdler Brianna Rollins has accepted a one-year ban for failing to report correctly her whereabouts to anti-doping officials.
China, Canada to create joint research center for future energy and environment2017-04-22
OTTAWA, April 20 -- The University of Alberta is teaming up with China's Tsinghua University to develop low-carbon, sustainable energy solutions while tackling global environmental challenges, according to the University of Alberta on Thursday.
China's Hong Kong launches first bike-sharing service2017-04-22
HONG KONG, April 20 -- Hundreds of smart bicycles for rental service were put into use in China's Hong Kong on Thursday, allowing users to rent and return bikes conveniently through a mobile phone app.
China sets example for open trade: World Bank President2017-04-22
WASHINGTON, April 20 -- China is still embracing open trade, as the country has lifted millions of people out of poverty through engaging more and more in trade, said World Bank President Jim Yong Kim on Thursday.
Virtual reality brings Old Summer Palace back to life2017-04-22
A research team of Tsinghua University professors has recreated the original appearance of the Old Summer Palace by using photos along with virtual reality technology.
China to coordinate regulation on ecological space2017-04-22
Chinese authorities on Thursday released regulation on the use of natural space to protect the ecosystem.
Capital outflow eases in first quarter as economy gains more traction2017-04-22
China's capital outflow has eased, according to newly released foreign exchange sales data for the first quarter, a spokeswoman for the foreign exchange regulator said on Thursday.
Greek president says upcoming B&R forum of global significance2017-04-22
ATHENS, April 20 -- Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said here Thursday that the upcoming high-level forum on the Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative is of global significance.
China, Iran to sign contract on Arak heavy water reactor2017-04-22
China and Iran will sign the first commercial contract to redesign Iran's Arak heavy water reactor in Vienna on Sunday, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Thursday.
China launches IPR Awareness Week2017-04-22
China launched a week of campaigns to raise awareness of protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) Thursday.
China remains top destination for venture capital in Asia: report2017-04-22
China remains the top destination for venture capital (VC) investment in Asia, with 3.6 billion U.S. dollars invested in Q1, accounting firm KPMG said in a report.
Mainland maintains top destination for Taiwan's job hunters: Survey2017-04-22
TAIPEI, April 20 -- The Chinese mainland remains the top destination for Taiwan's job seekers beyond the island, a survey revealed Thursday.
U.S. defense chief arrives in Israel2017-04-22
JERUSALEM, April 20 -- United States Secretary of Defense James Mattis arrived on Thursday evening in Israel for a two-day visit as President Donald Trump's administration is forming a new policy on Iran.
Wal-Mart to open 40 new stores in south China's Guangdong2017-04-22
GUANGZHOU, April 20 -- Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. will open more than 40 new stores and a cold-chain logistics distribution center in south China's Guangdong Province in the next five years, according to a strategic cooperation memorandum.
Interview: UNESCO chief lauds China's efforts promoting cultural dialogues along Belt and Road2017-04-22
PARIS, April 19 -- China has once again showed strong commitment to promoting cultural dialogues and diversity through its Belt and Road Initiative, said Irina Bokova, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) here on Wednesday.
WeChat shuts down 'tipping' function on iOS over Apple dispute2017-04-22
Users of iOS devices can no longer provide a tip to writers they like on Tencent's instant messaging service WeChat as of Wednesday after Tecent failed to settle a dispute with Apple.
Research: ancestors of humans may have originated in central China2017-04-22
A monument was set up in the Eosimiid fossil site in Mianchi County of central China's Henan Province on Wednesday.
Fiscal policy to play bigger role for more inclusive growth in China, says IMF official2017-04-22
WASHINGTON, April 19 -- Fiscal policy has a bigger role to play in promoting more sustainable and inclusive growth in China, a senior official of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Wednesday.
Astronomers discover four images of same supernova split by cosmic lens2017-04-22
WASHINGTON, April 20 -- Multiple images from a class of supernovas called Type Ia, often referred as standard candles because of their well-known intrinsic brightness, have been detected for the first time, an international team of astronomers said Thursday.
China remains powerful engine for global growth2017-04-22
China's better-than-expected 6.9-percent economic growth in the first quarter has once again proved that the world's second-largest economy remains an important engine driving global growth.
Adolf Hitler cannot teach Japan peace2017-04-22
In the latest shocking textbook scandal in Japan, Adolf Hitler is not portrayed as a warmonger and a mass murderer to be condemned but an inspirator to be cherished.
British parties witness hectic first day of election campaigning2017-04-22
LONDON, April 20 -- The first full day of campaigning got off to a flying start Thursday following British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to call a snap general election.
Incumbent PM elected as president of Serbia: final results2017-04-22
BELGRADE, April 20 -- Serbia's Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) announced on Thursday the final results of the April 2 presidential elections, proclaiming incumbent Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic as the official winner and the future head of state.
The real Yu Gong chisels water channels across cliffs2017-04-22
The villagers he led only had hand tools-and explosives. He's the stuff of legend-but real. Huang Dafa is arguably an actual, modern incarnation of the ancient myth of Yu Gong.
"Sense of benefit" highlighted as China strives to build cyber power2017-04-22
Internet was once virtually unheard of in China's rural areas, but after over two decades, even the most remote villages have access.
U.S. drops largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan2017-04-22
WASHINGTON, April 13 -- The U.S. military has dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan on an Islamic State target, the Pentagon said Thursday.
China signs over 130 transport pacts with Belt and Road countries2017-04-22
China has signed more than 130 bilateral and regional transport agreements with countries involved in the Belt and Road, the Ministry of Transport said Thursday.
Xi urges promoting 21st Century Maritime Silk Road2017-04-22
BEIHAI, Guangxi, April 20 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has vowed efforts to promote the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and advance opening up and development under the Belt and Road Initiative.
China hands over food to flood-affected Zimbabwean families2017-04-22
HARARE, April 20 -- The Chinese Embassy in Zimbabwe on Thursday handed over 60,000 U.S. dollars worth of basic food to assist hundreds of local families affected by floods that hit the southern parts of the country in February.
Li: High-quality imports needed to address the trade imbalance2017-04-22
Premier Li Keqiang called on Wednesday for greater balance in foreign trade not only through promoting exports but also importing more high-quality goods. Li spoke at the start of his two-day visit to Weihai, a port city in Shandong province.
UN Security Council slams DPRK's ballistic missile launch2017-04-22
UNITED NATIONS, April 20 -- The UN Security Council on Thursday strongly condemned the most recent ballistic missile launch conducted by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).
FM: Parties in Korean Peninsula nuclear issue want no conflicts, wars2017-04-22
Relevant parties in the Korean Peninsula's nuclear issue want no conflicts nor wars, and the world hopes for peace, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said Thursday.
China's first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 blasts off2017-04-22
WENCHANG, Hainan, April 20 -- China on Thursday launched its first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1, into space, a crucial step for the country in building a space station by approximately 2022.
China's central SOEs continue efforts to cut overcapacity2017-04-22
China's central government-administered state-owned enterprises (SOEs) have pledged to continue to cut production overcapacity in some industrial sectors, aiming to reduce steel capacity by 5.95 million tonnes and coal by 24.73 million tonnes.
Chinese scientist Yao Tandong receives 2017 Vega Medal in Stockholm2017-04-22
STOCKHOLM, April 19 -- Chinese scientist Yao Tandong received 2017 Vega Medal in Stockholm on Wednesday, recognizing his contributions to research on glaciers and the environment on the Tibetan Plateau.
World youth meet on heritage protection along 'Belt and Road'2017-04-21
CHANGSHA, April 17 -- An international youth forum promoting creativity and heritage protection along the Belt and Road opened Monday in a 1,000-year-old academy in central China's Hunan Province.
China gets tougher with officials' personal information declaration2017-04-21
China has published stricter regulations on officials' personal information declarations, requiring them to report to the Communist Party of China (CPC) their personal and family assets and investments, marital status and overseas travel, among others.
China to launch first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 Thursday2017-04-21
WENCHANG, Hainan, April 19 -- China's first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 is scheduled for launch at 7:41 p.m. Thursday from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in southern China's Hainan Province, the office of China's manned space program said Wednesday.
China vows to cement all-round strategic partnership with Belarus2017-04-21
MINSK, April 19 -- China's top legislator Zhang Dejiang pledged to cement the all-round strategic partnership with Belarus during his three-day official goodwill visit to the country on April 16-18.
Armed forces pledge to follow Xi's order to build strong military2017-04-21
Chinese military servicemen have unanimously voiced strong support for President Xi Jinping's instruction on a major military reshuffle.
China drafts law on public libraries2017-04-21
China approved a draft law on public libraries at a State Council executive meeting on Wednesday, which will be forwarded to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress for deliberation.
China's top court launches campaign to root out corruption among law enforcers2017-04-21
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) on Wednesday announced a campaign to expose corruption and other irregularities among law enforcers.
Turkey, China join hands to revive ancient Silk Road2017-04-21
ANKARA, April 19 -- Turkish President Erdogan told visiting Chinese Vice Premier Liu Yandong Tuesday that he earnestly expects to attend the Belt and Road forum this May and hopes for deepening all-round cooperation with China.
Shanghai auto show starts2017-04-21
SHANGHAI, April 19 -- A total of 113 models of car made their global debut at the 2017 Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition, which opened to media Wednesday.
China, EU hold strategic dialogue on bilateral, global affairs2017-04-21
Senior officials of China and the European Union (EU) agreed Wednesday to enhance coordination on global issues, continue to promote improvement to global governance and work together for more inclusive, balanced, sustainable globalization.
China releases new employment policies2017-04-21
China will move to increase job creation and encourage entrepreneurship as employment pressure rises, according to a government document released on Wednesday.
China announces further tax reduction in favor of businesses2017-04-21
China will take new tax cut measures to spur corporate dynamism and competitiveness, as tailored measures were approved at the State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
China to take more tax cut measures2017-04-21
Chinese government plans new tax cuts to reduce the burden on businesses, support innovation and stabilize growth.
China 'seriously concerned' about DPRK nuclear, missile development: FM2017-04-21
China is seriously concerned about the latest developments in the nuclear and missile programs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said Wednesday.
China's workplace safety improves in Q12017-04-21
China's workplace accidents and related deaths dropped in the first quarter of 2017 as the government stepped up work safety inspections, official data showed Wednesday.
China environment watchdog urges clean-up of sewage pits2017-04-21
China's environment watchdog on Wednesday urged local authorities in Hebei and Tianjin to clean up sewage pits after media reports revealed massive pollution.
BRICS sees financing for development as key to carrying out 2030 Agenda2017-04-21
UNITED NATIONS, April 19 -- Financing for development is the key to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the guideline to end poverty in the world by 2030, the BRICS told a high-level UN meeting here on Tuesday.
China injects momentum into Africa's infrastructure boom2017-04-21
NAIROBI, April 19 -- Chinese engagement is helping create an infrastructure boom across Africa, giving rise to a motley of mega-projects that create jobs and boost economic growth while cushioning an economic slowdown the region faces.
U.S. economy continues modest expansion in March: Fed survey2017-04-21
WASHINGTON, April 19 -- U.S. economy continued modest and moderate expansion in March, and the tight labor market is putting pressure on wage growth, the latest survey released by the Federal Reserve showed on Wednesday.
Xi demands enhanced supervision over reform efforts2017-04-20
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday stressed the role of supervision in implementing reform, demanding such work be carried out in a wider and deeper scope to detect and solve problems.
Foreign media speak highly about China's GDP in Q12017-04-20
Amid the welcoming figures, foreign media were quick to praise China's economy. Let's take a look at what they had to say.
Opposition parties broadly welcome British snap election2017-04-20
LONDON, April 18 -- There was broad welcome Tuesday from opposition parties after British Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap general election on June 8.
Chinese premier expects stronger trade with Canada2017-04-20
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday that China is willing to work together with Canada to expand bilateral trade and investment.
Xiongan New Area opens new wing for Beijing2017-04-20
China's capital city - Beijing- struggles with severe over-crowding, pollution and soaring apartment home prices. The city's population stands at 21 million, which increases daily.
Real Madrid book Champions League semi-final spot against Bayern Munich2017-04-20
MADRID, April 18 -- Real Madrid booked their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League after a controversial 4-2 win at home to Bayern Munich in the return leg of their Champions League quarter-final to allow them to qualify 6-3 on aggregate.
IMF upgrades China's growth forecast in 2017 and 20182017-04-20
WASHINGTON, April 18 -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday upgraded its forecast for China's economic growth in 2017 and 2018, reflecting the stronger-than-expected momentum of the Chinese economy in 2016.
China builds panda-themed library2017-04-20
Construction of a panda-themed library started Tuesday in southwest China's Sichuan Province, home of the endangered bears.
Economic Watch: Key forum to rally support for Belt and Road Initiative2017-04-20
China is counting on an upcoming forum to build support for its Belt and Road Initiative, a Chinese solution to global economic blues.
China's premier stresses shift of growth engines2017-04-20
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday stressed the importance of accelerating the shift from traditional economic growth engines to new ones.Li made the remarks at a symposium on new development ideas and developing new growth drivers at the Chinese Academy of Governance, attended by senior government officials and business leaders.
China Focus: Belt and Road forum agenda set2017-04-20
China hopes that the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation scheduled for mid-May will yield major outcomes, said Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Tuesday.The forum will be held from May 14 to 15 in Beijing.
China-made C919 passenger jet to take off soon2017-04-20
SHANGHAI, April 18 -- The C919, the first large passenger aircraft designed and built by China passed the last expert assessment on Tuesday, its manufacturer announced.
China hopes for a united, stable and prosperous EU: Premier Li2017-04-20
China firmly supports European integration and hopes for a united, stable and prosperous European Union, Premier Li Keqiang said on Tuesday.
Trump signs "Buy American, Hire American" executive order2017-04-20
WASHINGTON, April 18 -- U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed a Buy American, Hire American executive order in Kenosha, Wisconsin, initiating visa and government purchase reforms.
Kazakh president to attend Belt and Road Forum, calling for expanded cooperation with China2017-04-20
ASTANA, April 18 -- Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev said here on Tuesday that he looks forward to attending the Belt and Road Forum to be held in Beijing on May 14-15 and having in-depth discussions with China on the integration of development strategies.
Beijing under siege by catkins2017-04-20
The Beijing municipal government is looking at ways to deal with the masses of willow and poplar catkins-pollenating flowers-blowing throughout the city.
Six candidates register to run for KMT chair2017-04-20
TAIPEI, April 18 -- Six candidates have registered to run for party chair of Taiwan's opposition Kuomintang (KMT) party in an election scheduled for May 20, local media said Tuesday.
China home prices continue to stabilize2017-04-20
China's property market in major cities continued to stabilize after authorities implemented a string of measures to contain price hikes, according to an official survey released Tuesday.
IMF raises 2017 global growth forecast to 3.5 pct2017-04-20
WASHINGTON, April 18 -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday raised its forecast for global economic growth in 2017, saying buoyant financial markets and a long-awaited cyclical recovery in manufacturing and trade supported the improved outlook.
Xi and 28 world leaders to attend Belt and Road forum in May2017-04-20
The upcoming Belt and Road Forum will be held in Beijing in the middle of next month, and will be the highest level forum since the Belt and Road initiative proposed in 2013.
Interview: Expert says bilateral trade deficit should not matter in U.S.-China ties2017-04-20
NEW YORK, April 17 -- The bilateral trade deficit should not matter in the development China-U.S. relations, said an expert on U.S.-China Relations.
Wang Yi meets Vietnamese deputy PM2017-04-20
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Tuesday met with Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh.
China reshuffles 84 corps-level military units2017-04-20
China announced Tuesday a military reshuffle with 84 corps-level units newly adjusted or established, a move hailed by President Xi Jinping as another major step in strengthening the country's armed forces.
White House reiterates China is not manipulating its currency2017-04-20
WASHINGTON, April 17 -- The White House on Monday reiterated that China has not manipulated its currency since U.S. President Donald Trump took office in January.
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