The Hong Kong issue Photograph:( Reuters )
Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy leader Agnes Chow was arrested under the stringent security law.
A few sentences later, Azar corrected himself and pronounced President Tsai's as it is generally is spoken
Finance minister Ghazi Wazni became the fourth government minister to resign after Lebanon's justice minister Marie Claude Najem had handed over her resignation Prime Minister Hassan Diab.
According to the letter, the school is set to hold digital learning on Monday and Tuesday. By Tuesday evening the parents will be informed if the students will return to school or not.
Belarus police fired water cannons, tear gas and stun grenades in a crackdown on protests that erupted on Sunday as President Alexander Lukashenko was set to claim another election win in the face
Indonesia's Mount Sinabung erupted Monday, belching a massive column of ash and smoke 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) into the air and plunging local communities into darkness with a thick layer of debris.
Tedros said that 'chains of transmission' were broken by rapid case "identification, comprehensive contact tracing, adequate clinical care for patients, physical distancing
Shops in downtown Chicago were ransacked and looted early Monday (August 10) prompting a large police response and several arrests during the ongoing BLM protests, according to local media.
An Apple spokesman said that the company is not sourcing cotton from Xinjiang, but declined to comment on whether they had done so in the past.
On Sunday, information minister Manal Abdel Samad and environment minister Damianos Kattar resigned.