Top ten world news today: Germany to assist in Navalny probe, Russia denies links with US election and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Sep 11, 2020, 07:38 PM IST

Alexei Navalny and Vladimir Putin Photograph:(AFP)

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Here are the top ten news that ruled the world arena today!

Germany has approved a request from Russia for legal assistance in the probe into the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny | READ MORE

India's external affairs minister Dr S Jaishankar and Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi's meet will give "political guidance" on disengagement process which both sides have agreed in Moscow | READ MORE

Russia is not seeking to interfere in the electoral processes of other countries around the world, nor has it in the past, the Kremlin said on Friday | READ MORE

At least nine people were killed and hundreds of thousands evacuated as wildfires continue to impact US West Coast states on Thursday | READ MORE

Groups of US armed forces veterans and several lawmakers have expressed displeasure and anger over a decision taken by White House to relocate a flag remembering Prisoners of War (POW) and Missing in Action (MIA) | READ MORE

The headless body of Kim Jong Un's executed uncle was once displayed to senior North Korean officials, US President Donald Trump told the author of an upcoming biographical book | READ MORE

Britain has reached a free trade agreement with Japan, its first since leaving the European Union earlier this year | READ MORE

Dubai-based Syrian influencers Anas and Asala Marwah on Tuesday hosted a gender reveal party at one of the world's tallest buildings, Burj Khalifa | READ MORE

Prominent US journalist Bob Woodward was forced to defend himself following claims in his book on US President Donald Trump that said that Trump downplayed the coronavirus crisis despite knowing its severity | READ MORE

A group of activists took a Congolese funeral statue from a Dutch museum, saying they were recovering art looted during the colonial era. The entire sequence of events was streamed on Facebook | READ MORE