Top 10 world news today: COVID-19 deaths surge in Latin America, Curfew in Australia, and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Aug 02, 2020, 08:45 PM IST


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Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena.


Reacting to the ruling, Yair Netanyahu, 29, said Feinstein had "totally ignored" evidence presented by his defence, including of threats against him by protest leaders. 


An amphibious vehicle carrying military personnel sank in deep water off the coast of California on Thursday during a training exercise. 


In terms of region, Latin America is the second-worst hit after Europe. Europe stands at the top with 210,425 deaths and 3,189,322 infections.


London's Metropolitan Police said it had received on Friday allegations relating to four separate incidents between July 2019 and January 2020.


Taiwan's trendiest couple these days are neither young celebrities nor teen influencers -- they are an octogenarian duo who run a mom-and-pop laundry service and have become an online sensation.


This comes days after US President Donald Trump asked public schools to reopen, claiming it was safe enough.

The space phenomenon, named for its resemblance to a butterfly, is actually a planetary nebula -- a giant cloud of gas that forms around an ancient star that hasn't yet exploded. 

Hu Huaibang, former party secretary and chairman of the China Development Bank, had taken advantage of his positions to illegally receive money and goods worth a total of 85.5 million yuan. 

The state recorded 671 new COVID-19 cases and seven deaths from the virus on Sunday.

China's National Health Commission on Saturday announced their scheduled arrival.