A black protester rescues an injured white man during anti-racist protest! Photograph:( Reuters )
Here are the top 10 news that dominated the Monday around the world.
Protests broke out after George Floyd's death giving momentum to the Black Lives Matter movement.
With 2,094,069 cases and 115,732 deaths, the US continues with the world’s highest number of COVID-19 infections and fatalities, according to the CSSE.
Only three out of the participant 53 countries believed that the US had done a better job than its Chinese counterpart.
Macron said that France will be 'uncompromising against racism, anti-Semitism and discrimination' and added that new measures would be taken for 'equality'.
Russia's prosecutor during the trial, however, stressed that the ex-marine had information on Russia's state secret.
According to UNHRC’s latest statement, the body will analyse related events in the United States.
Russia has the third-highest number of coronavirus cases after the United States and Brazil.
Hutchinson said that the man’s life was ‘under threat’ as the crowds of people became ‘almost like a stampede’ on Saturday.
The recent flaring of tension between the neighbours stoked fear of a military provocation by the North, and posed another setback amid stalled talks to rein in its nuclear and missile programmes.
Beijing police have detained Chen Mei and Cai Wei on April 19 for publishing articles on the health crisis on GitHub, an open-source website.