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CANBERRA (Reuters) -A night curfew will be re-imposed in the Solomon Islands capital Honiara after witnesses said Australian police began taking control of hotspots following three days of violent protests in the South Pacific island nation. The Ministry of Health said in a statement that city clinics were closed and urged "all Honiara residents involved in arson, rioting, looting to please stop immediately" after its ambulances were stoned. A night curfew will begin at 7 p.m., the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force said in a statement.
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The National Unity Government (NUG), an alliance of pro-democracy groups, ethnic minority armies and remnants of the civilian government overthrown by the military, said this week it had raised $9.5 million in the first 24 hours of its bonds sale https://reut.rs/32jvPxw. The NUG says the proceeds from the zero-interest bonds will fund its "revolution" against the military in response to its Feb. 1 coup and bloody suppression of protests. Zaw Min Tun, the junta's spokesman, said the NUG has been outlawed as a "terrorist organisation", so those providing funding faced serious charges.
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France is willing to discuss autonomy for the French Caribbean territory of Guadeloupe if it is in the interests of the people who live there, government minister Sebastien Lecornu has said, following days of sometimes violent protests. Guadeloupe and the nearby French island of Martinique have seen several days of protests against Covid-19 measures that have spilled over into violence.Lecornu, the minister for France's overseas territories, said in a YouTube video issued late on Friday that cer
Boris Johnson says anyone arriving in the UK will be asked to take a PCR test for Covid-19 on the second day and must self-isolate until they provide a negative test. The prime minister also announces the rules of face coverings in shops and on public transport will be tightened.
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Liverpool churned out another big victory when they thumped Southampton 4-0 to close in on Chelsea at the top of the Premier League on Saturday, while former skipper Steven Gerrard enjoyed a second consecutive win as Aston Villa manager. Liverpool have now scored 39 times in 13 league games this season after Diogo Jota's double and goals by Thiago Alcantara and Virgil van Dijk eased them past Southampton at Anfield.
Protesters gather in London following drownings in the English Channel
The contestants on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! ITV said the storm caused "significant damage" to the show's production base in Wales - meaning there will be no new episodes this weekend. Strict COVID rules mean the contestants - including Louise Minchin, Naughty Boy and Arlene Phillips - will remain in quarantine until filming can resume.
London Underground staff strike in protest against new Night Tube rota