Professor Anthony Harnden, Deputy Chair of the UK Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, gives Becky Anderson a comprehensive update on the vaccine race. He thinks we'll be 'looking towards the end of the tunnel in the UK' by Easter.
Inside Africa revisits the "Little Five," a must-see list of creatures that may be less noticeable than the more famous "Big Five," but are equally as vulnerable. In South Africa, despite the pandemic, vital efforts to study and ultimately save the threatened species continue.
CNN's Frederik Pleitgen speaks to BioNTech CEO Ugur Sahin after the United Kingdom became the first nation to approve the Covid-19 vaccine BioNTech developed alongside pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
Filippo Grandi, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, gives Becky Anderson an update on the seriousness of the situation in Ethiopia, but says he doesn't think Ethiopian authorities are deliberately blocking access for people to flee.
CNN received exclusive access to infrastructure preparations at Shenzhen Airport in southern China where Alibaba's logistics and shipping unit, Cainiao, has prepared climate-controlled storage chambers and aircraft cabins to distribute Covid-19 vaccines to parts of the Middle East, Africa an…
On December 1, Ireland begins a staggered re-opening following six weeks of a second nationwide lockdown to halt the spread of coronavirus. For one family in Dublin, the Martins, life under lockdown presented challenges, but also charms. They shared their experience with CNN in this video di…
An unprecedented leak of internal Chinese documents reveals how the country mishandled the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic. The documents - from Hubei province, the site of the world's first known outbreak - show China announced misleading numbers of new cases and deaths, was hamper…
Cuban officials say they are seeing a surge in drug smuggling boats headed to the US but hope the incoming Biden administration will resume a joint Obama-era effort to increase cooperation on counter narcotics activity. In exclusive footage, Cuban officials show CNN three tons of recently ca…
The funeral and burial of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran's chief nuclear scientist who was killed last week, was held on November 30. Top Iranian officials have blamed Israel for the attack without providing evidence to support their claims. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.
CNN's Ivan Watson talks with 64-year-old Alexandra Wong, affectionately nicknamed 'Grandma Wong', who was a striking figure of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement before she was detained for 14 months in mainland China.
Loujain al-Hathloul, the jailed activist who led the charge to allow women to drive in Saudi Arabia, has gone from jailed rights activist to alleged national security threat. While human rights groups called on world leaders to use the virtual G20 Summit in Riyadh to pressure Crown Prince Mo…
In October 2020, more people died by suicide in Japan than were killed by the novel coronavirus in 10 months. Experts say this alarming spike is being partially driven by women, who often work in industries most affected by the pandemic. CNN's Selina Wang speaks to a Japanese woman who attem…
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who became the face of Iran's controversial nuclear program, was killed in a district east of Tehran, in what Iranian officials are calling an assassination. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh has the latest.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC, is set to become the first African American cardinal in Catholic history. CNN's Delia Gallagher reports.
Lawmakers in Taiwan threw pig intestines and punches at each other as a brawl broke out in parliament over a proposal to ease restrictions on pork imports from the United States.
The 8-day, 8-stage event in South Africa's Western Cape went from go to no-go in less than 48 hours, becoming one of the first major mountain bike events to be canceled due to the pandemic.
At Canada's outer edge, the country's "Atlantic bubble" is just a six hour drive from Boston, but a world away from the Covid-19 reality. Here, 2.5 million people have been living with limited Covid-19 cases due to strict regional restrictions. Yet, the bubble itself is vulnerable as a new w…
A top Iranian nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was killed outside the capital Tehran, Iran's state media IRIB and semi-official news agencies Tasnim said. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh has the latest.
North Korean hackers are suspected to have carried out a cyberattack against British coronavirus vaccine developer AstraZeneca, according to Reuters, citing two unnamed sources familiar with the matter.
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has revealed she suffered a miscarriage in July 2020 in an opinion piece written for the New York Times. CNN's Max Foster reports.
At least 45 people were killed in protests that rocked Kampala and other parts of Uganda, a police spokesperson said. The protests were sparked by the arrest of popular music star turned presidential candidate Bobi Wine for contravening Covid-19 regulations at a campaign rally. CNN's David M…
An Israeli Minister claims Benjamin Netanyahu went to meet Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince, but the Kingdom's Foreign Minister says no such meeting happened. Becky Anderson gets the latest from Riyadh and Jerusalem.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison responded to an incident at Doha Airport where more than 18 women were subjected to compulsory intimate medical exams after a newborn was found abandoned in a trash can. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Professor Adrian Hill, director of Oxford University's Jenner Institute, about the results of the trials for AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine that his institute helped develop.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the Saudi city of Neom, in the first meeting between the two leaders, an Israeli minister confirmed. However, the Saudi foreign ministry denied a meeting took place between the two leaders. CNN's Ore…
Toronto, Canada's largest city, was placed into lockdown for 28 days, with officials shutting shops, businesses and restaurants and banning indoor gatherings to curb a growing spike in Covid-19 cases.
President Donald Trump railed against the Paris climate accord and touted US oil and natural gas production during a virtual session focused on safeguarding the environment on the final day of the G20 summit. CNN's Nic Robertson reports from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Ambassador Omar Hilale, Morocco's Permanent Representative to the U.N. tells Becky Anderson that Morocco is committed to the cease-fire in the Western Sahara, but that they are ready to defend themselves.
Saudi Arabia hoped hosting the G20 would improve its international image and relations. CNN's International Diplomatic Editor Nic Robertson reports from Riyadh on why the summit is so crucial to the country.
As clashes in the Western Sahara intensify, Dr. Sidi Omar, Representative of the Frente POLISARIO at the U.N., tells Becky Anderson that any moves by Morocco to insist they're committed to a cease-fire, is a 'bluff'.