CGTN America
CGTN America 19 Feb 2019

Jamal Abdi discusses Iran's relations with the US and the rest of the world


For more on Iran's relationship with the United States and the rest of the world, and what tensions are rising and where things are simmering, CGTN's Asieh Namdar spoke with Jamal Abdi, president of the National Iranian American Council.

CGTN's Rachelle Akuffo speaks with Seth Berenzweig, technology law and data privacy expert, about the use and possible abuse of facial recognition technology.
Police and protesters across the US have clashed again on the fifth straight day of unrest, as anger intensifies over the death of George Floyd.

The protests marked by chants of 'I can't breathe' - a rallying cry echoing the dying words of Mr Floyd - have spread to more than 30 cities, with cars and buildings burned, shops looted, and at least two people dead.

Governors in several states have called in National Guard troops after President Donald Trump warned state authorities they needed to adopt tougher tactics, or federal government would step in.
Humans have used physical greeting rituals for longer than you might realize. But in the wake of CoVid-19, will the most universal of those rituals — the handshake — be gone for good?
Stephen A. Smith airs his gripes with the "gimmicky nonsense" surrounding the restart of the 2019-20 NBA season.
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