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Here are the top stories that made rounds in the world arena today
An Indonesian politician is facing a lot of criticism after he asked female civil servants to wear niqab once in a week in defence of novel coronavirus.
The Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthis said earlier it had intercepted and destroyed four missiles and six explosive drones fired by the Houthis over the border towards Saudi Arabia.
Amid the escalating tensions between Beijing and London, UK ministers fear that China is planning a serious cyber-attack targetting Britain, dubbed as "cyber 9/11".
There have also been three new deaths due to the virus in the last ten days, defence officials said.
The first federal execution in the United States in nearly 20 years is set to take place on Monday, July 13.
China retaliated to United States’ sanctions by slapping its own against American officials on Monday.
According to the study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, working memory may have a role to play in the complicity or refusal to follow social distancing norms.
Non-Muslims will no longer be criminalised for drinking alcohol in private, justice minister Nasredeen Abdulbari told state television.
As tensions rise with China, Taiwan last month had unveiled a new locally-built training jet even as the Trump administration announced it would sell 66 latest generation F-16 jets to Taiwan
Can't embrace friends and family these days? Hug a tree instead. That is the message Israel's Nature and Parks Authority is spreading on social media to try to help people overcome the sense of detachment that coronavirus social-distancing rules can bring.