Morning news brief: Updates on US election 2020, WHO chief in quarantine, and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Nov 02, 2020, 08:24 AM IST
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Two days before the November 3 vote, US President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden raced against time across the battleground states to make themselves heard | READ MORE

The World Health Organisation (WHO) chief has self-quarantined after someone he had been in contact with tested positive for coronavirus | READ MORE

Tropical Storm Eta Sunday gathered force over the Caribbean and was expected to make landfall in a few days as a Category One hurricane | READ MORE

The FBI is investigating the alleged harassment of  Democratic challenger Joe Biden campaign bus last week by motorists displaying Trump 2020 flags | READ MORE

Charlie Hebdo trial has been delayed for at least a week after two more defendants tested positive for coronavirus | READ MORE

Britain's Prince William contracted COVID-19 in April at a similar time when his father Prince Charles did | READ MORE

Algerians voted on Sunday on whether to approve a revised constitution that imposes term limits, promises new freedoms | READ MORE

The US presidential election 2020 was expected to be a dramatic and eventful ride with Republican candidate Donald Trump running for re-election and competing with Democratic candidate Joe Biden | READ MORE