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Top 10 World News: Russia ‘destroyed tanks’ supplied by Eastern European countries to Kyiv, and more


Russia claimed on Sunday June 5 that it destroyed tanks in strikes on Kyiv. Rafael Nadal beat Norway’s Casper Ruud in straight sets to win the 2022 French Open men’s singles.

Ukraine war: Russia says it destroyed tanks supplied by Eastern European countries in strikes on Kyiv
Russia claimed on Sunday June 5 that it destroyed tanks in strikes on Kyiv. The tanks were reportedly supplied to Ukraine by Eastern European countries.

Russia

Ruthless Rafael Nadal beats Casper Ruud to claim 14th French Open crown and clinches 22nd Grand Slam title
Rafael Nadal was absolutely unstoppable as he beat Norway’s Casper Ruud in straight sets to win the 2022 Roland-Garros men’s singles final in Paris on Sunday 05 June.

Rafael Nadal

After Trudeau proposes freeze, Canadian handgun sales soar
After Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s proposal to freeze pistol sales, handgun sales have skyrocketed in the country.

Justin Trudeau

Monkeypox outbreak: WHO says other countries are ‘very likely’ to identify cases
So far, at least 780 laboratory-confirmed cases of monkeypox have been reported to the World Health Organization (WHO) from 27 non-endemic countries, the global health body announced on Sunday (June 5).

monkeypox

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could face a leadership challenge this week: report
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced massive backlash for the Partygate scandal that has shocked the nation. The Johnson government has been accused of holding alcohol-fueled parties during the coronavirus (COVID-19) when such gatherings were not permitted nationwide.

Boris Johnson

Bangladesh: Fire in depot near Chittagong kills 49 and injures at least 300
A massive fire at a container depot in southern Bangladesh claimed the lives of at least 49 people while around 300 others were injured on Sunday, official sources said.

Bangladesh

Pope Francis announces visit to L’Aquila, fuels new speculation about future of pontificate
Fueling rumors about the future of his pontificate, Pope Francis has announced he will visit the central Italian city of L’Aquila in August. Given his increased mobility issues which forced him to use a wheelchair last month, media outlets claimed that Pope Francis would follow Pope Benedict XVI and step down.

Pope Francis

‘Corgi Cam’ pop-ups take over London as Queen Elizabeth II celebrates platinum jubilee
‘Corgi Cam’ pop-ups have been installed in London as Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Platinum Jubilee. Bright brown and white dogs with pointy ears and short legs are the 96-year-old Queen’s favorite dog breed.

Corgi Cam

Kyiv rocked by Russian cruise missile explosions: Ukraine
Russia hit Kyiv with cruise missiles fired from the Caspian Sea on Sunday, hitting a rail car repair factory in the Ukrainian capital, in the first such attack in weeks, the army chief and Ukrainian Railways.

Kyiv

Huge Europe-Morocco migration begins after COVID-19 disruption
Morocco begins on Sunday to welcome an influx of its citizens living in Europe after the pandemic put an end to what has been called one of the largest intercontinental migrations in the world.

Morocco

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