Archiv: restricted zones


13.08.2020 - 05:28 [ teleSUR ]

Bolivia: The Ombudsman’s Office Denounces Arbitrary Detentions

Last Saturday, they traveled to the Tomina municipality to donate fruit and food to families in need. The local authorities accompanied this solidarity action.

12.08.2020 - 04:34 [ The Australian Financial Review ]

Politicians given reprieve from ‚idiotic‘ border restrictions

Federal politicians were allowed to cross the NSW-Victoria border on their way to Canberra, while at least 100 Canberrans remained stranded in a double-standard labelled „idiotic“.

02.08.2020 - 16:32 [ ORF ]

Maskenpflicht auf Hochalpenstraße fällt

„Es ist ein bisschen verwunderlich, dass sich auf einer Freifläche von 20.000 Quadratmetern nicht 100 oder 200 Personen frei bewegen dürfen ohne Maske, noch dazu in der freien Natur“.

16.07.2020 - 12:23 [ ORF ]

Keine elektronische Anmeldung auf Kreta: 500 Euro Strafe

Alle Urlauberinnen und Urlauber, die auf dem Luftweg nach Griechenland kommen, müssen sich mindestens 24 Stunden vor der Ankunft elektronisch anmelden und angeben, wo sie vorher waren und wo sie sich in Griechenland aufhalten werden.

11.07.2020 - 18:04 [ Haaretz ]

Israelis Are Victims of Their Own Government

The list of protesters is endless – an action committee for the performance and culture industry, the restaurateurs association, the nightlife and bars association, the student union, bus drivers, people working in the tourism industry, social workers, the self-employed, the unemployed. Young and old, employees and self-employed, women and men – all are calling for help, but no one is answering.

27.04.2020 - 00:26 [ i24NEWS ]

Gov’t should reopen Jerusalem market ‚immediately,‘ deputy mayor tells i24NEWS

„There are people there who have been at the market for 50, 60 years, since the beginning of the State, have no other way of making a living, their income is completely frozen.“

08.04.2020 - 20:14 [ israelnationalnews.com ]

High Court upholds lockdown of Bnei Brak as legal

„It is not our place to interfere with the government’s decision,“ the Court concluded.