Protests in Belarus over strongman Lukashenko's election Photograph:( Agencies )
Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena.
The Kremlin said in the same statement that external pressure was being applied to Belarus. It did not say by whom, the report added.
In the video, Biden described the Turkish president as an "autocrat", criticised his policy towards the Kurds and advocated supporting the Turkish opposition.
"I appeal for dialogue, to refuse violence and respect justice and rights," the pontiff said in his Sunday Angelus message, speaking from his balcony in St. Peter's Square.
The UAE's Telecoms Regulatory Authority did not immediately respond to a request to comment.
French authorities picked up 38 migrants in the Channel on Friday.
Lebanon has technically been at war with neighbouring Israel for decades, with tensions sporadically flaring in the border area in Lebanon's south, stronghold of the Shiite Muslim Hezbollah.
Number '8' in China is considered auspicious as the word "eight" in Mandarin sounds similar to the word for "prosperity" and the number ends in five eights.
A salmon crisis in Russia's Far East -- to be precise, the region around the endless estuary of the Amur River on Russia’s Pacific coast.
Facing the biggest challenge of his 26 years in power, Lukashenko said on Saturday he had won support from Russian President Vladimir Putin who promised help to "ensure the security of Belarus".
Stephen Hahn, the Food and Drugs Administration Commissioner, said the new saliva test would increase efficiency and avoid shortage of crucial test components like reagents.