'A Surge of Power': BLM protestor's sculpture replaces slave trader Edward Colston Photograph:( AFP )
Here are the top stories that made rounds in the world arena today
China on Wednesday hit out against UK's decision on banning Huawei's 5G network saying London had become "America's dupe"
"The offer is in cash and also a part in medical equipment," Mendoza said, adding that he could not yet give more details or identify the buyer for reasons of confidentiality.
"This is going to continue the conversation. I can't see it coming down in a hurry," she said.
Russia's defence ministry said that 'for 28 days after vaccination, the vital signs of the volunteers remained within normal limits'
Governor of Tokyo Yuriko Koike said the coronavirus situation was "rather severe" as authorities raised the highest "red" level alert on Wednesday.
The report said the US Department of Justice had planned to execute Wesley Purkey, a convicted murderer, over objections by his lawyers that he has dementia and no longer understands his punishment.
Many activists have received death threats and been confronted by Chinese agents in their new countries. Others say they have been victims of blackmail and intimidation.
The European Commission said Apple benefited from illegal state aid via two Irish tax rulings that artificially reduced its tax burden for over two decades
The test conducted by researches has ascertained that wearing the particular mask deactivated the virus responsible for COVID-19 disease
Taiwan has been in discussion with foreign financial institutions about increasing the investment in the country according to Financial Supervisory Chairman Huang Tien-mu.