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Melbourne announces the easing of restrictions after Australia’s coronavirus epicenter recorded no new cases

Announcing the easing of restrictions at a press conference on Monday, Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said that starting Tuesday at 11:59 pm, Melbourne residents will be able to leave their homes and most businesses in the state can reopen. with restrictions on the number of people. “With 0 cases and so many tests, we can say that now is the …

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The Chileans vote for the new constitution, leaving behind the relic of Pinochet’s brutal legacy

SANTIAGO, Chile – On the wooden benches of Santiago’s Estadio Nacional, university professor Luís Cifuentes spent long empty days in the spring of 1973 trying to ignore the anguished screams that came from the bowels of the stadium. Some 40,000 left-wing political prisoners passed through the stadium during General Augusto Pinochet’s brutal dictatorship (1973 to 1990), with an estimated 3,200 …

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Republicans closely resemble autocratic parties in Hungary and Turkey – study | News from the United States

The Republican party has become dramatically more illiberal over the past two decades and now resembles more closely the ruling parties in autocratic societies than its previous center-right equivalents in Europe, according to a new international study. In a significant shift since 2000, the GOP has begun to demonize and encourage violence against its opponents, adopting attitudes and tactics comparable …

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New ceasefire announced in the 4-week conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh

YEREVAN, Armenia (AP) – Fighting for the Nagorno-Karabakh region continued on Sunday, but Armenia and Azerbaijan reiterated their commitment to a peaceful resolution of their ten-year conflict and agreed on a third attempt to establish a ceasefire after four weeks of hostility. The agreement on a truce that will begin at 8:00 (0400 GMT) on Monday was announced in a …

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Doha Airport has internally examined female passengers

“They were taken to the basement by security personnel, not knowing what was going on,” he told the Guardian. “And then they were introduced to a doctor and practically searched and had to take off everything, all clothes, even underwear. And then the doctor would try to feel the uterus and stomach area or lower abdomen to see if they …

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Covid in Australia: Victoria sees first day without case since June – BBC News

Covid in Australia: Victoria sees first day without a case since June BBC News Australia’s COVID-19 epicenter delays decision to lift Yahoo News blocking restrictions Asia Today: Melbourne resists easing amid new Washington Post epidemic Victoria records seven new COVID-19 cases for second consecutive day as state awaits Sydney Morning Herald decision to reopen The epicenter of Australia’s COVID-19 delays …

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Qatar has “forcibly tested” women, getting an angry diplomatic response

Female passengers flying from Qatar were subjected to invasive searches after a premature baby was found abandoned in an airport restroom in an incident labeled “offensive” and “grossly inappropriate” by the Australian government. Airport officials did not deny the incident, saying the female passengers “were asked to assist” in the investigation to locate the baby’s mother, who they say is …

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Colorado governor in quarantine after mayor of Aurora’s positive coronavirus test

Colorado Gov. Jared PolisJared Schutz Polis Nursing Home Residents Stages Protest Against Coronavirus Restrictions Newsom Executive Order for Electric Vehicles Will Help Make California Breathable Again Colorado Governor signs pardon for people convicted of minor marijuana possession OTHER (D) says he will quarantine after appearing at a press conference with Aurora Mayor over a week ago Mike CoffmanMichael (Mike) Howard …

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