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# curfew

Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
New Caledonia: France deploys army, imposes curfew and bans TikTok in response to riots
This year
2024
Haiti declares a curfew as it tries to restore order after weekend jailbreak
All time
Djokovic sets up Nadal reunion after curfew-interrupted French Open quarter-final
France begins reopening of society as the country eases Covid restrictions
Second night of violence in the Netherlands amid anger over Covid-19 curfew
Covid curfew to take effect in Netherlands as lockdown tightens in bid to stem spread of virus
France introduces nationwide 6pm curfew to tackle Covid-19
Government to examine reducing times for alcohol sales - Tánaiste
Italy imposes national curfew and locks down 'red zones'
French cities get set for night-time curfew from this evening after 30,000 new cases confirmed yesterday
Pubs and restaurants in Northern Ireland must close at 11pm
Overnight curfew in Melbourne to be lifted after almost two months as Covid-19 cases drop
Restaurants and pubs serving food will have to close at 11pm from Monday, Taoiseach says
Chile orders new curfew as unrest death toll hits 11
14 memories that are too real for anyone who grew up with strict parents
This town has banned alcohol after a string of sexual assaults
Outcry as Baltimore protester is snatched into a truck live on TV
Hillary Clinton wants all US police officers to wear body cameras
Russia ordered to pay €2m to families of 36 'disappeared' Chechens
Suicide bomber at Nigeria church kills woman and child
Isaac downgraded to tropical storm as curfew remains
Young people banned from streets of Welsh city at night