Top 10 world news today: Protests in France, Churchill's statue defaced and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Jun 08, 2020, 07:29 PM IST


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


'They died in exactly the same way,' Adam's sister Assa Traore said. 


In a modelling study of lockdown impact in 11 nations, Imperial College London scientists said the draconian steps, imposed mostly in March, had "a substantial effect". 


His remarks came a day before the restless city marks one year since huge and often violent protests erupted, raging for seven straight months in the most direct challenge to Beijing's rule since the city's 1997 handover.


Last month, President Rodrigo Duterte insisted on the same measure, saying that he would not let children return to schools unless he is 'sure that they are really safe' .


The Southeast Asian country has tested more than 274,400 people for the coronavirus in the country and more than 10,904 patients have recovered. 


A new circular by China’s Housing Ministry claims that no buildings can now be taller than 500 metres, with building to be constructed in line with the architectural ethos of China.


The anger over African-American George Floyd's brutal killing in the US at the hands of a Minneapolis policeman spilled on to the streets in the UK with protesters vandalising statues.

The author of the survey noticed a  "sharp increase" in calls to poison control centres due to ingestion of disinfectants and cleaners amid the pandemic. 

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Reebok said Sunday it would make the move once it fulfils its current contract obligation as the title sponsor for the 2020 CrossFit Games