Footballers and teams take a knee during the match support anti-racism campaign! Photograph:( AFP )
Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena.
Donald Trump’s former national security advisor John Bolton has authored a book titled, 'The Room Where It Happened', whose production is apparently being blocked by the White House. However, the book has been released to the New York Times and Washington Post a week before its official release.
Players and coaches from all four sides including Aston Villa and Sheffield United who clashed on Wednesday took a knee for nearly 10 seconds.
A preliminary report comes as Beijing tackles a resurgence of COVID-19 cases over the past week linked to the massive Xinfadi food centre, which houses warehouses and trading halls in an area the size of nearly 160 soccer pitches.
Going by recent case numbers, June 13 -- with 31 cases in 24 hours -- was the peak of the current outbreak.
The government agency GNS Science is still evaluating the tsunami threat from the quake.
"Rhodes must fall" has been a popular slogan for the past few years now, as he is believed to have expressed racist beliefs and implemented racial segregation measures that started 'apartheid'.
Looks like Donald Trump has had a change of hearts as president of the USA said he is “absolutely” in favour of giving Colin Kaepernick another chance in the NFL.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian made these remarks when he was asked about Bolton's claims, excerpts of which were leaked earlier.
In Texas, there were 2,793 patients hospitalized with the virus. Arizona reported 1,827 new coronavirus cases taking the total number of cases to 40,924.
The head of the UK's programme said last month a centralised app of the kind Britain had been developing can potentially give more insight into outbreaks of COVID-19, but offers less privacy than decentralised rivals.