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Sunday 28 May 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# curfew

All time
# Roland Garros
Djokovic sets up Nadal reunion after curfew-interrupted French Open quarter-final
Matteo Berrettini was his quarter-final opponent.
# France
France begins reopening of society as the country eases Covid restrictions
Residents of France will be able to stay out later and will also be able to sit inside cafes and restaurants.
# Riots
Second night of violence in the Netherlands amid anger over Covid-19 curfew
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has said herd immunity could be achieved this year.
# Mark Rutte
Covid curfew to take effect in Netherlands as lockdown tightens in bid to stem spread of virus
Home visits have also been cut as well as flights from Britain, South Africa and South America.
France introduces nationwide 6pm curfew to tackle Covid-19
Prime Minister Jean Castex also revealed new controls for those arriving from outside the EU
# Covid-19
Government to examine reducing times for alcohol sales - Tánaiste
Leo Vardakar says the government is looking at measures around the sale of alcohol.
# curfew
Italy imposes national curfew and locks down 'red zones'
Italy was the first European country hit by coronavirus.
# alarming surge
French cities get set for night-time curfew from this evening after 30,000 new cases confirmed yesterday
The new night-time restrictions come into force for the first time at midnight tonight in Paris and eight other major cities.
# time please
Pubs and restaurants in Northern Ireland must close at 11pm
First Minister Arlene Foster told the Stormont Assembly the measure is being introduced to attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus.
# Australia
Overnight curfew in Melbourne to be lifted after almost two months as Covid-19 cases drop
People will still be confined to within five kilometres of their homes, however.
# restaurants
Restaurants and pubs serving food will have to close at 11pm from Monday, Taoiseach says
The government has decided against allowing pubs that don’t serve food to reopen on 10 August.
# Santiago
Chile orders new curfew as unrest death toll hits 11
The unrest started after protests against a public transport price hike escalated.
# curfew
14 memories that are too real for anyone who grew up with strict parents
“As long as you’re living under my roof…”
# la asunta
This town has banned alcohol after a string of sexual assaults
It has also put a curfew in place.
# Riots
Outcry as Baltimore protester is snatched into a truck live on TV
Joesph Kent was taken by authorities after the 10pm curfew in the city.
# Baltimore
Hillary Clinton wants all US police officers to wear body cameras
Police have been suppressing protesters who defied the city-wide curfew, which is expected to last for at least a week.
# Ruling
Russia ordered to pay €2m to families of 36 'disappeared' Chechens
The men were abducted at night by Russian federal servicemen. None of their families have had any news of them since.
# Nigeria
Suicide bomber at Nigeria church kills woman and child
The blast comes after a wave of targeted attacks at Catholic churches earlier this year.
# Isaac
Isaac downgraded to tropical storm as curfew remains
A curfew has been ordered in New Orleans as tropical storm Isaac continues.
# keep off the streets
Young people banned from streets of Welsh city at night
New laws bar anyone under 16 from staying out late – but the move has come under fire from children’s groups.