The app allowed people in China to engage in political discussions with people outside of the country, on topics such as democracy and Taiwan.
The Chinese foreign ministry threatened retaliation after CGTN's licence to broadcast in the UK was suddenly removed by Ofcom on Thursday.
A bid to switch the licence to an entity called CGTNC was also stopped it its tracks, as the media outlet is ultimately controlled by the Chinese Communist Party, Ofcom said.
Thousands of Hong Kongers are moving to Britain since Beijing imposed a strict national security law on the Chinese territory last summer.
The market was the site of a December 2019 outbreak of the virus. Scientists initially suspected the virus came from wild animals sold in the market. The market has since been largely ruled out but it could provide hints to how the virus spread so widely.
Rescuers in east China have pulled 11 miners from hundreds of metres underground where they were trapped for two weeks, as the race to locate the remaining 10 intensifies.
Eleven workers trapped for two weeks by an explosion inside a Chinese gold mine were brought safely to the surface on Sunday.
Exactly a year ago, Wuhan shocked the world by confining its 11 million inhabitants to their homes, beginning a 76-day lockdown.
As the rest of the world continues to grapple with lockdowns and soaring infections, young people in the city, once the epicentre of the novel coronavirus, are enjoying their hard-earned freedom.
In a statement issued on his last day in office, Mike Pompeo said China "has committed crimes against humanity" against Uighurs and other ethnic and religious minority groups in the northwestern province of Xinjiang.
According to the developer, the droid can automatically register the subjects' information, making the whole sampling process traceable and ensuring the authenticity of that sampling.
Business planet takes a look at how EU firms can protect their intellectual property from copycats, both home and abroad.
The election took place in India's northern city of Dharamsala, which is home to Tibet's government-in-exile.
China's Mars probe spacecraft is due to enter the red planet's orbit within a month after traveling 400m kilometres since its launch in July