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MANILA, Oct 20 (Bloomberg): The Philippines shortened curfew hours in Manila and eased the stay-at-home order in a bid to boost its economy. The peso and stocks rose.
AMARA, Iraq (Reuters) - Hasanain Alminshid had received death threats for his human rights activism for years, but ignored most of them. After his mentor was gunned down outside a police station, he finally made the difficult choice to flee Iraq.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Police in Belarus detained 280 people at mass nationwide protests on Sunday, including 215 in the capital Minsk, the Interior Ministry said.
PARIS (Reuters) - French police on Monday raided Islamic associations and foreigners suspected of extremist religious beliefs, police sources said, three days after a suspected Islamist beheaded a school teacher.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Chileans gathered in the central square of Santiago to mark the one-year anniversary of mass protests that left over 30 dead and thousands injured, with peaceful rallies on Sunday devolving by nightfall into riots and looting.
Roundup: Iran's COVID-19 cases rise to 530,380 as Turkey launches 7-day inspections of compliance with anti-virus rules
CAIRO, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Iran rose to 530,380 on Sunday. Meanwhile, Turkey decided to conduct general inspections of compliance with the anti-coronavirus rules on hygiene, social distancing, and wearing masks for the next seven days.
SKOPJE, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) -- Police fined over 700 citizens in North Macedonia in the last 24 hours for not complying with the measure of using personal protective equipment such as face masks, a mandatory measure imposed by the authorities in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Interior Ministry said on Sunday.
PARIS (Reuters) - France is preparing to expel 231 foreigners on a government watch list for suspected extremist religious beliefs, a police union source said on Sunday, two days after a Russian-born Islamist beheaded a teacher.
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech Republic, which has the highest coronavirus infection rate in Europe, will wait at least two weeks before deciding whether to order a full lockdown to stem its epidemic, Deputy Prime Minister Karel Havlicek said on Sunday.