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Police in Hong Kong have fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters rallying against China's plans to impose a new security law on the territory.
Thousands of demonstrators have been marching through the city centre. Police say 120 have been arrested.
Earlier, 200 senior politicians from around the world issued a joint statement criticising China's plan.
Signatories called it a "comprehensive assault on the city's autonomy, rule of law and fundamental freedoms".
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China is seeking to pass a law that would ban "treason, secession, sedition and subversion" in the territory.
Protesters gathered in the busy Causeway Bay and Wan Chai districts of the city on Sunday, chanting slogans against the government
and waving banners. "People may be criminalised only for words they say or publish opposing the government," 25-year-old Vincent told AFP
new agency, referring to the draft law. Riot police fired tear gas and water cannon at demonstrators, who were wearing face
masks to protect against the spread of coronavirus. The rally comes despite earlier warnings from authorities against unauthorised       
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assembly and a ban on large public gatherings to enforce social distancing. Some protesters threw objects such as umbrellas and
water bottles at officers, and used bins and other debris to set up road blocks. Reports say Sunday's protest followed a
similar pattern to many of last year's demonstrations, many of which turned violent.
The "draft decision" - as it is known before approval by China's National People's Congress - includes an article that says

Hong Kong "must improve" national security. It adds: "When needed, relevant national security organs of the Central People's
Government will set up agencies in Hong Kong to fulfil relevant duties to safeguard national security in accordance with the law."
Earlier this week, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo condemned the plans, which he described as a "death knell" for the city's
freedoms. The UK, Australia and Canada have also expressed their "deep concern".

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General Discussion / Afghanistan: the long road to peace
« on: May 24, 2020, 04:53:16 am »
The United States and the Afghan Taliban have signed an agreement aimed at securing an end to almost 20 years of violent conflict in Afghanistan.
The deal was done after a seven-day partial ceasefire, agreed as a trust building exercise.
The two sides came together at a signing ceremony in Doha, led by US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and Taliban political chief Mullah Abdul Ghani
Baradar. Mr Baradar said he hoped Afghanistan could now emerge from four decades of conflict.

Meanwhile, US Secretary of Mike Pompeo, who witnessed the signing, alluded to the difficult work that remains.
"I know there will be a temptation to declare victory, but victory for Afghans will only be achieved when they can live in peace and prosper,"
he said. Afghanistan has been at war for more than 40 years, and following the US invasion in 2001, the conflict has also become America's
longest war. US-led forces overthrew the Taliban government because it provided a safe haven for the al-Qaeda leadership, which directed the
September 11 attacks. Who are the Taliban? How much has the Afghanistan war cost the US?
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A new interim government was formed, while Taliban members were classed as "enemy combatants", with many of them killed or imprisoned.
For a while, Afghanistan seemed to be heading towards stability.
But by 2004 the Taliban were back, launching an insurgency against the government of President Hamid Karzai and the foreign troops which
supported it. The first real attempt to reconcile the Taliban was the formation of the Afghan High Peace Council in 2010.
This was a group of politicians, civil society activists and former Mujahideen, also including several women as well as moderate Taliban figures.
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The idea was to open up communication channels with the insurgents to talk peace.
To provide the Taliban with an address, the Qatari government agreed to establish a political office for the insurgents which opened in Doha in 2013.
But the announcement that the US would hold direct talks with the Taliban there angered then-president Hamid Karzai.
And when the Taliban flag was raised above the building and a plaque installed, reading "Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan", President Karzai
protested and the office duly closed within days. But Taliban members stayed on in Qatar

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One of the survivors of Friday's plane crash in the Pakistani city of Karachi has described his ordeal, saying all he could see "was fire".
Passenger Muhammad Zubair was one of at least two passengers who survived after the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Airbus A320 came down
in a residential area. Health authorities in Sindh province said 97 deaths had been confirmed.
The cause of the crash is not yet known.
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The pilot had reported a technical fault after one failed landing attempt, according local media, then issued a mayday call as the plane came down.
It came days after Pakistan allowed commercial flights to resume after the country's coronavirus lockdown was eased.
Flight PK8303, an Airbus A320 carrying 91 passengers and eight crew - including many families travelling ahead of Sunday's Eid holiday -

had travelled from Lahore. It was attempting to land at Karachi's Jinnah International Airport at about 14:30 local time (09:30 GMT) when
it came down. Mr Zubair, who suffered only minor injuries, said the plane attempted one landing and then crashed 10-15 minutes later.
"No-one was aware that the plane was about to crash; they were flying the plane in a smooth manner," he said.
He lost consciousness following the crash. When he came to, he said, "I could hear screams from all directions. Kids and adults. All I       
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could see was fire. I couldn't see any people - just hear their screams".

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People arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days from 8 June to help slow the spread of coronavirus, the government has said.
Travellers will need to tell the government where they will quarantine, with enforcement through random spot checks and £1,000 fines
in England. Home Secretary Priti Patel said the measure would "reduce the risk of cases crossing our border".
Lorry drivers, seasonal farm workers, and coronavirus medics will be exempt. ved administrations.
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Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said discussions would take place with Police Scotland to work out how the policy will be implemented
Ms Patel told the daily Downing Street briefing the measures were not the same as completely shutting the UK border to visitors.
"We are not shutting down completely. We are not closing our borders," she said.
And asked about the prospect of foreign holidays this summer, she added: "This is absolutely not about booking holidays. We want to avoid a second
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wave and that is absolutely vital."So-called "air bridges" - agreements with countries that have low infection rates allowing tourists to travel without
quarantining - will not be in place initially, the government said. The new measure, previously announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson,
will be reviewed every three weeks once it is introduced. But airlines have said a quarantine requirement would "effectively kill air travel" -
and one airport boss described the plans as a "blunt tool". The government currently recommends international travel only when absolutely necessary,

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General Discussion / Security law open to very wide interpretation
« on: May 22, 2020, 05:35:58 am »
China has long desired a new national security law for Hong Kong. Beijing believes almost a year of mass protests and,
at times, paralysing confrontations on the streets shows that now it is needed more than ever.
But critics point to what they say are ambiguities inherent in such a law and the broad, generalist framework it would bring
to a place which has a very different legal tradition than the communist-controlled mainland.

"Treason, sedition and subversion" are all open to a very wide interpretation. Up to now, the worst charge most arrested protesters
have faced has been for rioting. The notion of "terrorism" also features in this proposed law. That too could encompass wide-ranging
acts and activities that the authoritarian rulers on the mainland consider far more menacing than those in Hong Kong, or for that matter elsewhere.
Hong Kong is what is known as a "special administrative region" of China.
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It has observed a "one country, two systems" policy since Britain returned sovereignty in 1997, which has allowed it certain freedoms the rest
of China does not have. Pro-democracy activists fear that China pushing through the law could mean "the end of Hong Kong" - that is, the effective
end of its autonomy and these freedoms. "This is the largest nuclear weapon the Chinese Communist Party has used in its mutual destruction of
Hong Kong," Jimmy Sham, a pro-democracy activist who played a leading role in last year's protests.
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Last year's mass protests in Hong Kong were sparked by a bill that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China.
The bill was paused, then withdrawn - but the protests continued until the coronavirus outbreak at the end of the year.
The US has also weighed in, with President Trump saying the US would react strongly if it went through - without giving details.
It is currently considering whether to extend Hong Kong's preferential trading and investment privileges.

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China's ruling Communist Party has set in motion a controversial national security law for Hong Kong, a move seen as a major
blow to the city's freedoms. The law to ban "treason, secession, sedition and subversion" could bypass Hong Kong's lawmakers.
Critics say China is breaking its promise to allow Hong Kong freedoms not seen elsewhere China.
It is likely to fuel public anger and may even trigger fresh protests and demands for democratic reform.
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The plan was submitted at the annual National People's Congress, which largely rubber-stamps decisions already taken by the
Communist leadership, but is still the most important political event of the year.
Hong Kong was always meant to have introduced such laws after its handover to Chinese rule in 1997.
It never could and after last year's wave of sustained and violent protest, Beijing is now attempting to push them through.
Beijing believes "law-based and forceful measures" must be taken to "prevent, stop and punish" such protests in the future.
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That article says Hong Kong "must improve" national security, before adding: "When needed, relevant national security organs
of the Central People's Government will set up agencies in Hong Kong to fulfil relevant duties to safeguard national security
in accordance with the law." China could essentially place this law into Annex III of the Basic Law, which covers national laws
that must be implemented in Hong Kong - either by legislation, or decree.

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When a Singaporean quizzer lost a huge cash prize - because a radio station said he mispronounced singer
Tony Hadley's name - he asked an unlikely source for help... Ten thousand dollars wouldn't change Muhammad
Shalehan's life, but it would make things much easier. Muhammad, 32, works on Singapore's underground railway,
and lives in public housing in the north of the island. He is married with three children - aged 12, three and
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two - and has another one, a boy, due in August. gets by, but he has loans to repay. So when a Singapore radio
station offered a $10,000 prize (£5,760; US$7,060), he listened carefully.
"10k is a lot to a normal person like me," he tells the BBC. "That is why I put in enormous effort."
he Celebrity Name Drop on Gold 905 is hard, and it's supposed to be. The "name drop" is 14 celebrities, each saying
one word of this phrase: "Gold 9-0-5, the station that sounds good, and makes you feel good." To identify all 14, first
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time round, is impossible. You would need a terrifying knowledge of celebrity voices to get even three or four.
But if you're an avid Gold 905 listener - and clearly, the station wants you to be - it's possible, over many weeks,
to piece the puzzle together.By listening to other people's answers, and noting their score, you can work out the sequence. 
Essentially, it is a game of trial and error, crowd-sourced.

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Police have arrested a man suspected of killing two young women in Pakistan, after a video in which a man is seen kissing
them went viral on social media. Muhammad Aslam is suspected of shooting the pair, aged 18 and 16, who were his cousins.
The man in the video, the owner of the phone it was filmed on,  and relatives of the women are also in custody. Rights group
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say violence against women remains a serious problem in Pakistan. They were murdered last week in the village of Shamplan,
in Garyom region on the border of North and South Waziristan tribal districts in Khyber  Pakhtunkhwa province. The area is
a socially conservative remote region, where tribal law is often upheld over federal law.Activists believe about 1,000 such
so-called "honour killing" murders - for perceived transgressions of social codes - are carried out across the country
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every year. He is believed to be married with two children.The third girl, who is not kissed in the video, is the wife of
the suspected killer according  to police. She is believed to be in hiding. Fida Wazir, whose phone was used to make the
video, has also been arrested - suspected of spreading the video on social media. The father of one victim and the brother
of the other are also in police custody for failing to report the killings and concealing evidence.

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San Francisco has announced two more "safe sleeping villages", where homeless people can set up tents while practising social distancing.
The first site opened near City Hall earlier this month amid public outrage over a rise in homelessness during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The sites come equipped with toilets and hand-washing stations, and meals will also be provided, officials say.
The city has so far confirmed 2,179 coronavirus cases
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There has been a surge in the number of tents on pavements and street corners as homeless people struggle to find space.
The shelters that they normally turn to are running out of space, or are under quarantine.
The effect is most visible in the Tenderloin area, which has a history of homelessness. Residents say there are now more than 430 tents
in the neighbourhood.It's unclear how widespread the virus is in these areas as testing has been low
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The country, which is the epicentre of the pandemic in Latin America, has the third highest number of infections worldwide, after
Russia and the US. Health experts say the true figure may be far higher due to a lack of testing in the country. They fear the outbreak
could overwhelm Brazilís health system in the coming weeks if cases continue to rise.Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has repeatedly
downplayed the threat of the coronavirus and criticised governors and mayors for adopting strict restrictions to curb its spread.
 

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Heavy rains and winds have been reported in eastern India and Bangladesh, with a super cyclone expected to make landfall in hours.
Both countries have evacuated millions of people in preparation for Cyclone Amphan, which is approaching from the Bay of Bengal.
India's weather department tweeted that Amphan was on course to make landfall "between afternoon and evening".
The coronavirus outbreak is making it harder for officials in both countries.
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India and Bangladesh have asked for schools and other buildings to be turned into temporary shelters - but they need more than usual,
in order to house people while maintaining social distancing.
Police in India's West Bengal state, which is expected to be badly affected by the storm, told the BBC that people were unwilling to go
to the shelters because they were afraid of contracting Covid-19.More than 20 relief teams have already been deployed, and several more

are on standby, Indian officials say. Amphan is one ofthe biggest storms in a decade, meteorologists warn. It is expected to hit the
coast with winds gusting up to 185km/h (115mph) - the equivalent of a category five hurricane.
Officials in Bangladesh fear it will be the most powerful storm since Cyclone Sidr killed about 3,500 people in 2007. Most died as a
result of sea water surging in. While the storm's current wind speed is likely to reduce slightly before it makes landfall,
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India's weather department is predicting the surge of water caused could be as high as 10-16 feet (3-5 metres).
The cyclone comes as ten of thousands of migrant workers flee cities for their villages during India's lockdown to curb the spread of
coronavirus. West Bengal and Orissa (Odisha) are among the Indian states that are seeing a larger number of them return.
Orissa has now cancelled trains that were due to arrive with thousands of migrants between 18 and 20 May.

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Japan didn't go into full national lockdown but issued a state of emergency in April severely affecting supply chains and businesses in the
trade-reliant nation. Coronavirus pushes German economy into recession What shape will the coronavirus recession be?
Coronavirus 'could cost global economy $8.8tn
The 3.4% fall in growth domestic product (GDP) for the first three months of 2020, follows a 6.4% decline during the last quarter of 2019,
pushing Japan into a technical recession. More financial stimulus to come Consumers have been hit by the dual impact of the coronavirus and
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a sales tax hike to 10% from 8% in October. While Japan has lifted the state of emergency in 39 out of its 47 prefectures, the economic
outlook for this current quarter is equally gloomy. Analysts polled by Reuters expect the country's economy to shrink 22% during April to
June, which would be its biggest decline on record. The Japanese government has already announced a record $1 trillion stimulus package,
and the Bank of Japan expanded its stimulus measures for the second straight month in April.
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Prime minister Shinzo Abe has pledged a second budget later this month to fund fresh spending measures to cushion the economic blow of the
pandemic. How can Japan turn things around Japan faces a unique challenge as its economy has been stagnant for decades, compared to the
more buoyant economies of rivals the US and China. Japan also relies heavily on exporting its goods and has little control over consumer
demand in other countries which have been severely impacted by coronavirus lockdowns. Many of its biggest brands, like car firms Toyota
and Honda, have seen sales slump across the world. Tourism, which has long been a boost to the Japanese economy, has also been hit hard as

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Japan has fallen into recession as the financial toll of the coronavirus continues to escalate.
The world's third biggest economy shrank 3.4% in the first three months of 2020 compared to a year ago, its biggest slump since 2015.
The coronavirus is wreaking havoc on the global economy with an estimated cost of up to $8.8tn (£7.1tn).
Last week, Germany slipped into recession as more major economies face the impact of sustained lockdowns.

Japan didn't go into full national lockdown but issued a state of emergency in April severely affecting supply chains and businesses in the
trade-reliant nation. Coronavirus pushes German economy into recession What shape will the coronavirus recession be?
Coronavirus 'could cost global economy $8.8tn
The 3.4% fall in growth domestic product (GDP) for the first three months of 2020, follows a 6.4% decline during the last quarter of 2019,
pushing Japan into a technical recession. More financial stimulus to come Consumers have been hit by the dual impact of the coronavirus and
       ดูหนังออนไลน์HD
a sales tax hike to 10% from 8% in October. While Japan has lifted the state of emergency in 39 out of its 47 prefectures, the economic
outlook for this current quarter is equally gloomy. Analysts polled by Reuters expect the country's economy to shrink 22% during April to
June, which would be its biggest decline on record. The Japanese government has already announced a record $1 trillion stimulus package,
and the Bank of Japan expanded its stimulus measures for the second straight month in April.
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Prime minister Shinzo Abe has pledged a second budget later this month to fund fresh spending measures to cushion the economic blow of the
pandemic. How can Japan turn things around Japan faces a unique challenge as its economy has been stagnant for decades, compared to the
more buoyant economies of rivals the US and China. Japan also relies heavily on exporting its goods and has little control over consumer
demand in other countries which have been severely impacted by coronavirus lockdowns. Many of its biggest brands, like car firms Toyota
and Honda, have seen sales slump across the world. Tourism, which has long been a boost to the Japanese economy, has also been hit hard as

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They accused Mr Trump of retaliating against public servants who want to hold his administration to account. Mr Linick was the third
official responsible for monitoring government misconduct to be dismissed in recent weeks.
The former prosecutor was appointed by Mr Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, to oversee spending and detect mismanagement at the state
department. On Saturday, top Democrats on the House and Senate Foreign Relations Committees questioned the timing of Mr Linick's removal
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and announced an immediate investigation. "We unalterably oppose the politically-motivated firing of inspectors general and the president'
gutting of these critical positions," Congressman Eliot Engel and Senator Bob Menendez said in a statement.
They said Mr Linick had "opened an investigation into wrongdoing by Secretary Pompeo himself", adding that his firing was "transparently designed
to protect Secretary Pompeo from personal accountability". Mr Engel and Mr Menendez have requested that the White House and State Department

hand over all records related to his dismissal by next Friday. Meanwhile, on Saturday, the White House said the decision to oust Mr Linick
was prompted by Mr Pompeo himself. "Secretary Pompeo recommended the move, and President Trump agreed," an official said.   
What happened on Friday? Mr Trump sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in which he declared his intention to fire Mr Linick.
Under federal law, the Trump administration must give Congress 30 days' notice of its plans to fire an inspector general. It is expected
that Mr Linick will leave his post after this time, with some reports suggesting a political ally of Mr Trump is being lined up to replace him.
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"It is vital that I have the fullest confidence in the appointees serving as inspectors general. That is no longer the case with regard
to this inspector general," Mr Trump said in the letter. Not long after Mr Linick's dismissal was announced, Mr Engel, the chairman of the
House Foreign Affairs Committee, said Mr Linick had opened an investigation into Mr Pompeo.
"Mr Linick's firing amid such a probe strongly suggests that this is an unlawful act of retaliation," he said in a statement.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Mr Linick was "punished for honourably performing his duty to protect the constitution and our national security"

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US Democrats have launched an investigation into President Donald Trump's firing of the state department's internal watchdog.
Inspector General Steve Linick was investigating Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for suspected abuse of office, reports say.
But he was sacked late on Friday after Mr Trump said he no longer commanded his full confidence.
The move prompted angry criticism from senior Democrats in Congress.
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They accused Mr Trump of retaliating against public servants who want to hold his administration to account. Mr Linick was the third
official responsible for monitoring government misconduct to be dismissed in recent weeks.
The former prosecutor was appointed by Mr Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, to oversee spending and detect mismanagement at the state
department. On Saturday, top Democrats on the House and Senate Foreign Relations Committees questioned the timing of Mr Linick's removal

and announced an immediate investigation. "We unalterably oppose the politically-motivated firing of inspectors general and the president'
gutting of these critical positions," Congressman Eliot Engel and Senator Bob Menendez said in a statement.
They said Mr Linick had "opened an investigation into wrongdoing by Secretary Pompeo himself", adding that his firing was "transparently designed
to protect Secretary Pompeo from personal accountability". Mr Engel and Mr Menendez have requested that the White House and State Department
   
hand over all records related to his dismissal by next Friday. Meanwhile, on Saturday, the White House said the decision to oust Mr Linick
was prompted by Mr Pompeo himself. "Secretary Pompeo recommended the move, and President Trump agreed," an official said.     
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What happened on Friday? Mr Trump sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in which he declared his intention to fire Mr Linick.
Under federal law, the Trump administration must give Congress 30 days' notice of its plans to fire an inspector general. It is expected
that Mr Linick will leave his post after this time, with some reports suggesting a political ally of Mr Trump is being lined up to replace him.

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  Italy's government has signed a decree that will allow travel to and from the country from 3 June, as it moves to ease its coronavirus lockdown measures.
It will also allow travel between the regions - which has so far been tightly restricted - from the same day.
The move marks a major step in the country's efforts to reopen its economy after more than two months of lockdown.
Italy has one of the highest death tolls in the world, but its infection rate has fallen sharply in recent days.
 
More than 31,600 people have died with the virus in the country, the third highest figure behind the US and UK.
It was the first country in Europe to impose nationwide restrictions when coronavirus cases began to surface in northern regions in February.
But it began to relax those measures earlier this month, when it allowed factories and parks to reopen on 4 May.
The latest decree was signed by Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte and published early on Saturday.
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Some Italian regions had called for a swifter easing of restrictions, but Prime Minister Conte said they would be relaxed gradually to avoid
a second wave of cases. Shops and restaurants are also due to reopen from 18 May providing social distancing is enforced.
Catholic churches are preparing for the resumption of Mass on the same day, but there will be strict social distancing and worshippers
must wear face masks. Other faiths will also be allowed to hold religious services. All travel restrictions will then be lifted from 3 June.

Mr Conte's announcement came shortly after the country, which was once the global epicentre of the pandemic, reported a further decline
in its daily death toll.
It reported more than 900 deaths on 27 March, but the authorities said there were 262 on Friday.
Earlier this week, the government approved a Ä55bn (£48bn; $59bn) stimulus package designed to offset the economic impact of the pandemic on businesses and families.
Countries across Europe have continued to report decreasing daily death tolls, as lockdowns begin to ease. Portugal, Spain and Greece

are among the countries to have relaxed their measures
Germany's economy - the largest in Europe - has fallen into a recession after reporting a 2.2% decline during the first three
months of this year, spurred by the pandemic
Nelson Teich has become the second Brazilian health minister to quit in a month, following disagreements with President Jair
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Bolsonaro over the government's response to the outbreak President Donald Trump has promised the US will reopen "vaccine or no vaccine".
He announced an objective to deliver a coronavirus jab by year end The UK's infection rate has crept up and is now closer to the
point where the virus starts spreading rapidly, the government says More than 4.5 million cases of coronavirus have now been
reported globally, according to Johns Hopkins University - around a third of these have recovered

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