Top 10 world news today: Russia on US for election 'non-interference' and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi, IndiaUpdated: Sep 25, 2020, 07:30 PM IST

Putin and Trump Photograph:(Reuters)

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Here are the top 10 news that dominated the world arena


Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday called for agreement between his country and the United States to guarantee not to engage in cyber-meddling in each other's elections. Read more


China was on Friday called out at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) by the West to restore basic legal rights in Hong Kong and open up to scrutiny its remote Xinjiang region where more than one million ethnic Uighurs are held. Read more


The United States has slammed a Chinese air force video that seemed to show a simulated attack on a facility in the country calling it a "propaganda" designed to coerce and antagonise. Read more


White House on Friday defended US President Donald Trump by saying that he will accept the results of a "free and fair" election after he hinted that he might not accept defeat peacefully in the upcoming presidential election. Read more


An Australian think tank, on Friday,  has accused China of illegally demolishing thousands of mosques in the Xinjiang province. Read more

Alexei Navalny

Russia's Kremlin critic and opposition politician Alexei Navalny may take weeks to recover and leave Germany, his spokeswoman has reported. Read more


Kim Jong Un

Kim Jong Un on Friday offered a rare apology over the killing of South Korean in North Korean waters. Read more

Turkish authorities on Friday issued arrest warrants for 82 people, including a mayor, over pro-Kurdish protests six years ago, officials and local media said. Read more