Top 10 world news today: Russia's naked protests, China slams Harvard and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Jun 09, 2020, 07:19 PM IST


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


France's chief prosecutor has opened a probe into the government's handling of the coronavirus outbreak. The probe could result in charges like "involuntary homicide" and "endangering life". 


He said that it proposed the creation of a "sovereign Palestinian state, independent and demilitarised" with "minor modifications of borders where necessary".


Hundreds of bar, restaurant and cafe employees have posted photographs of themselves naked with carefully positioned plates, cups, saucepans, bottles, bar stools and napkin holders.


Spain has forced people over the age of six to wear a mask since May 21. The country has asked its citizens to maintain a two-metre distance for security purposes. 


New Zealanders hugged and kissed, shopped, and planned parties on Tuesday as the country took off all coronavirus restrictions for the first time in more than three months, while much of the rest of the world is still grappling with the pandemic.


They also said that only they could make things right for their kids as both their wives are in jail. They promised to return by 15 days. 

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, asked about the research at a daily press briefing on Tuesday, dismissed the findings.

Employment consultancy ManpowerGroup revealed the outcome of a survey of 1,056 UK employers, which comes as Britain continues to relax its COVID-19 lockdown

The petition highlights his role in the 'looting' of Bengal in the early years of the British Empire, with many of the region’s riches finding their way back with him to Britain.

Northam said last week that the statue should be taken down from its pedestal "as soon as possible".