RSS feed CNNFeeds / 3 augustus 2021 4 augustus 2021 CNNCredit card packs in $1,148 of valueAttacked, rejected and harassed: Asians around the world speak out on workplace discriminationAide to Ukraine's president survives apparent assassination attempt 22 september 2021Shots were fired at the car of a top aide to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky outside Kiev on Wednesday morning, in what police are calling an assassination attempt.They escaped the Taliban. Now, they're stranded in a foreign country 22 september 2021Afghan refugees fleeing their homeland are making the treacherous journey to Turkey after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan. CNN's Arwa Damon speaks to several Afghans who have attempted-- but failed -- to cross into Turkey.Around 20% of Nigerian workers lost jobs due to COVID-19, official figures show 22 september 2021Around 20% of workers in Nigeria have lost their jobs as a result of COVID-19, the government's statistics office said on Tuesday, outlining the impact of the pandemic on businesses in Africa's most populous nation.Hundreds storm Namibia parliament ahead of German genocide deal vote 22 september 2021Around 300 protesters stormed Namibia's parliament on Tuesday, as the National Assembly was due to vote on a $1 billion compensation offer from Germany to atone for its 1904-1908 genocide against the Herero and Nama people.5 things to know about Evergrande, the Chinese business empire on the brink 22 september 2021The troubles of Chinese conglomerate Evergrande have dominated headlines after it warned once again that it could default on its astronomical debt because of a cash crunch.Taliban request representation at the UN 21 september 2021The Taliban have requested representation at this week's United Nations General Assembly, a move that is expected to kick off a diplomatic battle with the preexisting Afghan envoy.He beat Uber in China. Then he got too big for Beijing 21 september 2021Cheng Wei built a world-class ride-hailing app that not even Uber could keep up with in China.Gas prices in the UK could trigger food shortages within weeks 20 september 2021UK supermarkets could face shortages of meat and other fresh food within weeks after soaring gas prices prompted a major US fertilizer manufacturer to suspend production, turning off most of Britain's supply of carbon dioxide to the food and drink industry in the process.The 'world's safest city' for 2021 revealed 20 september 2021Safety has long been a paramount concern for travelers when it comes to deciding which destination to visit.900,000-pound airport gates rolled across a runway 18 september 2021Airport gates are usually the last point of solid ground that fliers experience before taking to the skies, but at one US airport this month, a remarkable engineering feat saw several gates embark on their own incredible journey.New Amazon original film explores a dark era of medical history 17 september 2021It's a tale as old as time: A woman won't conform to societal norms, traditional notions of femininity or what's expected of her, and is dismissed as diseased. She's considered hysterical. And, as such, she is locked up, burned at the stake, hidden away or placed under the supposedly steadier control of men.Arc de Triomphe wrapped in fabric, a vision six decades in the making 17 september 2021After three months of construction work at Paris' famed Arc de Triomphe, the 160-foot-tall war monument has been completely concealed. The landmark, built during Napoleon's reign, has been outfitted in 270,000 square feet of silver-blue polypropylene fabric bound with red ropes.Rare photos show the early years of NASA's space shuttle era 16 september 2021NASA's first space shuttle was meant to be named Constitution -- a nod to the United States Bicentennial that year. But a write-in campaign by "Star Trek" fans prompted President Gerald Ford to change his mind.Centuries-old Indian glasses could sell for millions 15 september 2021Two pairs of 17th-century glasses are expected to fetch millions of dollars at auction next month. The jewel-encrusted spectacles, which feature lenses made from diamond and emerald rather than glass, are believed to have originally belonged to royals in the Mughal Empire, which once ruled over the Indian subcontinent.The hidden side of Europe's package holiday hotspot 14 september 2021It's Spain's Mediterranean escape, a place that for decades has been the go-to spot for jet setters, party lovers and package vacationers keen to let their hair down and enjoy sun, sea and sand in abundance.Britain was a world leader in travel. Not any more 14 september 2021Britain's strict Covid-19 testing requirements for overseas visitors and Brits wishing to holiday abroad had a "devastating impact" on the UK travel industry this summer, causing it to fall behind European rivals and putting thousands of jobs at risk.For 300 years, this painting had a secret hiding in plain sight 9 september 2021For around three centuries, the girl reading a letter in the dimly-lit solitude of a Johannes Vermeer painting gave no indication of what the message contained.Dread at 30,000 ft: Inside the increasingly violent world of US flight attendants 6 september 2021Working as a flight attendant previously afforded Mitra Amirzadeh the freedom to explore the world -- taking her from her home in Florida to destinations including Kenya, France and Spain.