Top 10 world news today: Typhoon Haishen nears Japan, Trump ends anti-racism training sessions and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Sep 05, 2020, 09:01 PM IST


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Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena

Trump appeared starkly out of step with the leaders of Britain and Germany, who have expressed outrage at the attack on Navalny. He called it "tragic" but emphasising that he has a good relationship with Putin.

The typhoon Haishen is expected to hit Japan soon with winds of up to 290 kilometres per hour (180 miles per hour).

On behalf of World Economic Forum, Ipsos MORI conducted a survey of nearly 20,000 adults from 27 countries. 

The order has come at a time when the US is already burning by clash of police against the people standing in solidarity with the African-American community in the US.

Newly declassified White House tapes disclose former US president Richard Nixon spoke disparagingly about Indians and reveal the bigotry he and his national security advisor Henry Kissinger held.

The West African country has long been plagued by chronic instability, a simmering jihadist revolt, ethnic violence and endemic corruption, prompting a clique of rebel colonels to detain elderly President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita last month.

The Center for Strategic and International Studies said satellite images showed that North Korea may be ready to test a medium-range submarine-based missile.

A source said the defence minister told the Chinese side that India will "not cede an inch of land" and was "determined to protect integrity and sovereignty of the country at all cost".

The West African nation has suffered years of conflict with Islamic militants operating in the vast and inhospitable Sahel desert, with thousands of soldiers and civilians killed to date.

In addition to blocking the roads with vehicles, the protestors also attached themselves to various other barricades, making it impossible for anyone to pass through.