Alexander Lukashenko Photograph:( Reuters )
Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena.
European Union leaders held an emergency video summit on Wednesday to discuss the crisis in Belarus.
The authorities didn't provide any information about the man while informing that he was suspected of "harming vital national interests".
The Democratic Party presented a parade of passionate speakers making the case for electing Joe Biden president of the United States, a virtual convention to formally nominate him as the party's nominee to face President Donald Trump in November.
Protests across the country erupted after he won the presidential election, which the opponents believe is rigged.
The world’s two biggest economies had stopped flights and then slowly restarted operation due to the coronavirus pandemic
The Japanese company issued a statement on Wednesday after two people were arrested overnight in Mauritius
"It would be sad if this vaccine were to become the property of this nation or another, rather than universal and for all."
At least 179 people were killed and 300,000 left effectively homeless when massive amounts of highly explosive material stored unsafely for years detonated early this month
The North Korean dictator has even ordered a ban on petting dogs as he thinks it is a symbol of "western decadence."
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita resigned and dissolved parliament late on Tuesday hours after the mutineers detained him at gunpoint